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human body

noun
1.
the physical structure and material substance of a human being, consisting of many billions of cells as well as components outside of the cells:
The average adult human body is 50–65% water.
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  • She has now quitted this human body, and has gone to her own world, and taken her own body.

    The Kath Sarit Sgara Somadeva Bhatta
  • If there is a loathsome subject on earth it is the subject of the human body.

    Robert Elsmere Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • I am not of those who believe that the human body and that human life are the most precious and valuable things in the world.

    Germany and the Germans Price Collier
  • In like manner, sow small-pox in the human body, your crop is small-pox.

  • The bones of the human body attain their greatest strength toward middle age.

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