incorporeal

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incorporeal

1. spiritual or metaphysical
2. Law having no material existence but existing by reason of its annexation of something material, such as an easement, touchline, copyright, etc.
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Bacon explains: "The Cause is, for that the Sense of Hearing striketh the Spirits more immediately, than the other Senses; And more incorporeally than the Smelling: For the Sight, Taste, and Feeling, haue their Organs, not of so present and immediate Accesse to the Spirits, as the Hearing hath" (1626: no.
In all the footage, Reagan seemed to float almost incorporeally above the ground where others walked.
As the soul expands incorporeally, it gains a certain power: "it despises material things.