Out-of-body definitions

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Of or characterized by a feeling or mental state in which one perceives one's consciousness as disembodied and able, variously, to observe one's body at a distance, move through physical space, etc.

An out-of-body experience.

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Of or marked by the psychological sensation of perceiving oneself from an external perspective, as though the mind or soul has separated from and is observing the body.

Convinced she had an out-of-body experience while undergoing surgery.

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Of or marked by the psychological sensation of perceiving oneself from an external perspective, as though the mind or soul has separated from and is observing the body.
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Perceived as if from an position external to one's body; as if one's mind had separated from the body.
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