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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"Cybercrimes may be defined as the crimes which may be committed against individuals or groups with a criminal intention to intentionally smear the reputation or corporeally or incorporeally harm the victim, directly or indirectly, through the modern communication networks such as the social media networks, internet (chat rooms, instant messaging and emails) and mobile phones (SMS and MMS)," he said.
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.