[dis-kahr-nit, -neyt]


without a physical body; incorporeal.

Origin of discarnate

1655–65; dis1 + -carnate, as in incarnate
Related formsdis·car·na·tion, noun
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Historical Examples of discarnation

  • They both went into hiding after the discarnation feast of Garnon of Roxor, to escape the enmity of the Statisticalists.

    Last Enemy

    Henry Beam Piper