corfforol, gorfforol, cnawdol, chnawdol, chorfforol, gnawdol, nghnawdol, nghorfforol
Adjective(1) of or relating to or belonging to the body(2) affecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit(3) having or relating to a physical material body
Adverb(1) in bodily form
(1) Incorporation here is a bodily procedure of internalization that effects a psychological identification.(2) The fourth time she broke the surface she fetched up sharp against something, and was hauled bodily out of the stream.(3) In William's accounts, the problem at issue is the nature of physical revenants: are they animated by demons, and should they be laid by bodily or spiritual means?(4) The body stops maintaining bodily functions and begins to decay on the spot.(5) Kompuu was bodily forced into a chair by a large sink.(6) Other monitors may be used to keep track of your heart rate, circulation, blood pressure, temperature, body fluid balance and other bodily functions.(7) So here again we have her as that which is both of the body and outside of bodily experience, both in the world and otherworldly.(8) Human beings have or are bodies and engage in bodily activities such as walking, talking, sleeping, writing, etc.(9) She snarled and twisted and slashed and the creature cried out as parallel red lines crossed a cheek, then it bodily flung itself at her.(10) The Roses, both of Waylands, Devizes, deny actually bodily harm, saying they were acting in self defence.(11) There is kinesthetic awareness of one's body and bodily movement in one's conscious action of picking up the spade.(12) He was charged actually with assault causing bodily harm.(13) With the boy protesting all the way, they bodily hauled him out of the cell.(14) Hormones are natural signaling chemicals that actually cause bodily changes and growth in skin, hair, bones, organs, and muscles.(15) I heard footsteps running up from behind me but before I could turn on my own I was being bodily forced to turn by the very strong hands of David.(16) She squealed then grabbed me and pushed me bodily into the ante-room where the choir were waiting.
(1) bodily injury :: anaf corfforol
1. physical ::
2. corporeal ::
3. corporal ::
4. somatic ::
5. fleshly ::
6. concrete ::
7. real ::
8. actual ::
9. tangible ::
10. this-worldly ::
English to Welsh Dictionary: bodily
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