- incorporeal; disembodied.
- lacking a form; formless; shapeless.
Origin of unbodied
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Examples from the Web for unbodied
The three unbodied forms—and 'Come,' still 'come,' they cried.Poems, Volume I (of 3)
She was a thought that clung to Julian, an unbodied idea fixed upon the cross of Julian's pain.The Second Fiddle
The peculiar government of God, over the unbodied Intelligences, is a sufficient foundation for this principle.Salem Witchcraft and Cotton Mather
Charles W. Upham
We are aware of unbodied emotions about us, of discarnate moods that mock or invite us.The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction
In field and market-place, He'll lay his cheek 'gainst its unbodied love And flush translations of its silent touch.The Mortal Gods and Other Plays
Olive Tilford Dargan