Antonyms of adj unbodied

2 senses of unbodied

Sense 1
unbodied (vs. bodied) -- (having no body)

bodied (vs. unbodied) -- (having a body or a body of a specified kind; often used in combination; "strong-bodied"; "big-bodied")
        => incarnate -- (invested with a bodily form especially of a human body; "a monarch...regarded as a god incarnate")
        => lithe-bodied -- (having a lithe body)
        => long-bodied -- (having a relatively long body)
        => narrow-bodied -- (having a relatively narrow body)
        => oval-bodied -- (having an oval body)
        => short-bodied -- (having a relatively short body)
        => silver-bodied, silvery-bodied -- (having a silver-colored body)
        => slim-bodied, thin-bodied, slender-bodied -- (having a slim body)
        => smooth-bodied -- (having a smooth body)
        => thick-bodied -- (having a thick body)

Sense 2
discorporate, unembodied, bodiless, unbodied, disembodied -- (not having a material body; "bodiless ghosts")

INDIRECT (VIA incorporeal) -> corporeal, material -- (having material or physical form or substance; "that which is created is of necessity corporeal and visible and tangible" - Benjamin Jowett)

Similarity of adj unbodied

2 senses of unbodied

Sense 1
unbodied (vs. bodied) -- (having no body)
       => bodiless, bodyless -- (having no trunk or main part; "a bodiless head")
       => formless -- (having no physical form; "belief in a world filled with...formless but often malevolent beings")
          Also See-> incorporeal#1, immaterial#2

Sense 2
discorporate, unembodied, bodiless, unbodied, disembodied -- (not having a material body; "bodiless ghosts")
       => incorporeal (vs. corporeal), immaterial -- (without material form or substance; "an incorporeal spirit")

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