One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘For such is the nature of intellectual existences, that they can mingle with one another and with bodies, incorporeally and invisibly.’
- ‘Fourth, He would incarnate somewhere else in one of the three aforesaid ways, but incorporeally and help the earth in a general way.’
- ‘This building originally designed to be ethereal, almost incorporeally transparent, has received an exterior appearance considerably more subject to gravitation.’
- ‘For if it is nurtured, it is not nurtured corporeally, like the body, but incorporeally; for it is nurtured by reason.’
- ‘In one usage, it means anything believed without absolute certainty, i.e. ‘you have faith that you will not pass incorporeally through your chair.’’
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