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incorporeally (adverb), more incorporeally, most incorporeally
A reference to having no material form or physical substance: There are incorporeally actions of properties or assets which can't be physically possessed; such as, legal rights or images in dreams or in normal living.

The incorporeally hallucinatory figures, both in dreams and regular life, are not necessarily based on those of the living because from the reappearance of dead friends or enemies, primitive humans were inevitably led to believe that there was an incorporeally existence of people which survived the dissolution of their bodies.

Incorporeally relating to assets that cannot be physically possessed; such as, a right, a privilege, etc.

This entry is located in the following unit: corp-, corpor-, corpus- (page 3)