Bodily meaning

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Of, relating to, or belonging to the body.
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Physical as opposed to mental or spiritual.

Bodily welfare.

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In the flesh; in person.

Bodily but not mentally present.

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As a complete physical entity.

Carried the child bodily from the room.

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Physical.
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Of, in, by, or to the body.
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In person; in the flesh.

To be present bodily.

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As a single body; in entirety.
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As a single group; as one unit.
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Of, relating to, or belonging to the body.
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Physical as opposed to mental or spiritual.

Bodily welfare.

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In the flesh; in person.

Bodily but not mentally present.

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As a complete physical entity.

Carried the child bodily from the room.

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Of, relating to, or concerning the body.

His bodily deficiencies were a heavy burden to him.

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Having a body or material form; physical; corporeal.
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Real; actual; put into execution.
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In or by the body; physically.

He was thrown bodily out of the house.

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Origin of bodily

  • body +‎ -ly

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