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disincarnate

Line breaks: dis|in¦car¦nate
Pronunciation: /ˌdɪsɪŋˈkɑːnət
 
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Definition of disincarnate in English:

adjective

Another term for discarnate.
Example sentences
  • And the beauty of it is that it never becomes disincarnate.
  • Spiritualism deals with disincarnate entities or spirits.
  • It posits instead a disincarnate eye and ear whose data are immediately objectified in the form of self-conscious awareness or positive knowledge.

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