A person regarded as merely such, without individual qualities, virtues, vices, etc; an animate person who occupies space; chair-warmer: I'll look you up if all I need is a warm body (1960s+)
He abruptly turned his back upon the gathering, and descended to the road, carrying the limp, warm body all the way home.
(In the warm body) it is neither what burns, nor what is visible; it is quality.
The woman's warm body, moving in the torchlight, would stir memories that men had thought they left light years behind.
Then what more can one want—a full hand, a full belly, and a warm body!
There was something about the eyes and the way that the warm body was pressed against her dress that won her instant affection.
She put her bare arm about the boy's warm body and kissed his cheek.
He would kill the dog and bury his hands in the warm body until the numbness went out of them.
Then he rubbed his hands, his sleeves, and the breast of his coat on the warm body.
I felt your warm body against me and was glad I was not alone.
What cared she for the dreams of a heaven that she had made, when she had the warm body of her love in her arms!