incorporeity

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incorporeity ‎(usually uncountable, plural incorporeities)

  1. The state or characteristic of being incorporeal.
    • 1842, Samuel Hibbert, Polylogy's sayings, Boone, p. 127:
      We must not represent God by any picture or image, even in imagination, for to do so is to deny his incorporeity and incomprehensibility.

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