Last season gave us witches, disembodied spirits, shifters, shamans, and faeries, all vying for control of the story.
The ironic painterly stroke and the disembodied functional object are a perfect Pop pair.
Shandee, a student on a geology field trip, finds a disembodied—but talkative—arm in a quarry.
They are imagined as disembodied spirits, and are often visualized as vague or evanescent forms; hence, the white sheet routine.
Decorative silk tassels dangle from the fingers of disembodied hands reaching through the walls.
This is the island of the blest, and the object of the disembodied soul is to reach it.
So the factor had had his sign, and had looked upon his disembodied soul with his own eyes.
Thus Wordsworth shrank back into Toryism, as it were, from a Shelleyan extreme of pantheism as yet disembodied.
He felt suddenly strange to the earth, like a disembodied spirit.
I felt like a disembodied spirit, traveling back, back over the centuries, into dim forgotten ages.