Origin of carnal
Related formscar·nal·i·ty, car·nal·ness, car·nal·ism, nouncar·nal·ly, adverbhy·per·car·nal, adjectivehy·per·car·nal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for carnally
Stated simply and carnally: “There are some cuties on there [Tinder].”
Carnally secured a firm hold before Mappin recovered his shaken balance, and lifted him from his feet.
A man isn't a backslider because he's carnally weak, and a man isn't a saint because he's moral and well-behaved.
Carnally turned back into the store and sat down on a barrel, hot, disheveled, and generally the worse for wear.
There was a small promontory near at hand, and Carnally walked across it while the others made camp.
Both were, at least carnally, children of Israel: they spoke Hebrew to the Hebrews.Tancred|Benjamin Disraeli