Stated simply and carnally: “There are some cuties on there [Tinder].”
Andrew told him about his trip home and the arrangements he had made with carnally, and left soon afterward.
To be carnally minded is death; but to be spiritually minded is life and peace.
To be carnally minded is death; to be spiritually minded is life and peace.
His reserve and lack of response were not in accordance with what he knew of carnally.
Were you not with carnally when he broke out of the prison camp?
"It might pay—them," said carnally with suggestive emphasis.
carnally called the Chinaman, who took the plate away and substituted a piece of pie and one or two desiccated apricots.
"Mr. Graham is treasurer for the sawmill," carnally explained.
When they had examined the cavity made by the explosion, carnally covered it with snow, and picked up the broken bits of rock.
c.1400, "physical, human, mortal," from Old French carnal and directly from Medieval Latin carnalis "natural, of the same blood," from Latin carnis "of the flesh," genitive of caro "flesh, meat" (see carnage). Meaning "sensual" is from early 15c.; that of "worldly, sinful" is from mid-15c. Carnal knowledge is attested from early 15c. and was in legal use by 1680s.
Unconverted men are so called (1 Cor. 3:3). They are represented as of a "carnal mind, which is enmity against God" (Rom. 8:6, 7). Enjoyments that minister to the wants and desires of man's animal nature are so called (Rom. 15:27; 1 Cor. 9:11). The ceremonial of the Mosaic law is spoken of as "carnal," because it related to things outward, the bodies of men and of animals, and the purification of the flesh (Heb. 7:16; 9:10). The weapons of Christian warfare are "not carnal", that is, they are not of man's device, nor are wielded by human power (2 Cor. 10:4).