Definition of corporeality in English:

corporeality

noun

  • See corporeal

    • ‘With the advent of digital technology, preceded by radio and television, art lost its corporeality.’
    • ‘Furthermore, based in our own sense of embodiment and observation of other bodies, our corporeality defines the starting point and ultimate limit of human perception.’
    • ‘Barbieri and his contemporaries planted the tender beginnings of celebrating the corporeality of the human form; more than three centuries later, this notion has exploded.’
    • ‘There are tricks you can learn: bringing in death, murder, and corporeality are all probably taught at any good journalism college.’
    • ‘Behind that door lies Eden, the place where our souls can find their corporeality and those nameless dead can be revered again.’

Pronunciation

corporeality

/kɔːpɔːrɪˈalɪti/