/ (ˌdɪsɪmˈbɒdɪd) /

  1. lacking a body or freed from the body; incorporeal

  2. lacking in substance, solidity, or any firm relation to reality

Words Nearby disembodied

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How to use disembodied in a sentence

  • Isabel's imagination dilated him into a disembodied intellect surrounded by mere statues of human flesh.

    Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
  • Evan Lamotte, looking like a lost and almost disembodied spirit.

    The Diamond Coterie | Lawrence L. Lynch
  • He had ruled that timid, trusting girl too long and too imperiously to quail before her disembodied spirit.

    Sword and Gown | George A. Lawrence
  • As the last one disappeared from view, a disembodied shape merged from beneath the long table and vanished into the room beyond.

    Warrior of the Dawn | Howard Carleton Browne
  • It shows that the disembodied state in sheol is not an unconscious state, but one of consciousness.

    The Prophet Ezekiel | Arno C. Gaebelein