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Material or corporeal existence.
impermanence, temporality, transience, ephemerality, impermanency, perishabilityView synonyms
- ‘Marie's love lives on, either in corporality or only in her own mind.’
- ‘They meant, of course, to say that our souls outlive us, that we are more than blood and bone and corporality.’
Late Middle English: from late Latin corporalitas, from Latin corporalis ‘relating to the body’ (see corporal).
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