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Wednesday, December 07, 2016
Definitions for asomatous
  1. having no material body; incorporeal.

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Citations for asomatous
As opposed to something asomatous, a word, my dear boy, I know will have immediately leapt into your brain, meaning, as you doubtlessly know, without bodily form. Leon Rooke, Swinging Through Dixie, 2016
In fact, He dispatched His mercy to me through an Angel (capital "A".) But this was not an asomatous creature ... No. She is a person like us, a regular human being ... Apostolos Doxiadis, Three Little Pigs, 2015
Origin of asomatous
1725-1735
Asomatous entered English in the mid-1700s from Late Latin asōmatus, which derives from the Greek asṓmatos "disembodied, incorporeal."
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