[ uhn-flesh-lee ]
/ ʌnˈflɛʃ li /


not fleshly; not carnal or corporeal; spiritual.

Nearby words

  1. unflagging,
  2. unflappable,
  3. unflapped,
  4. unflattering,
  5. unfledged,
  6. unflinching,
  7. unfocused,
  8. unfold,
  9. unfollow,
  10. unforced

Origin of unfleshly

First recorded in 1850–55; un-1 + fleshly

Related formsun·flesh·li·ness, noun

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Examples from the Web for unfleshly

  • As she entered the drawing-room she came from out of doors, a slender, unfleshly figure, all intellect and idea.

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