disincarnate

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dis- +‎ incarnate

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disincarnate (not comparable)

  1. (of a being) without a body

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disincarnate (third-person singular simple present disincarnates, present participle disincarnating, simple past and past participle disincarnated)

  1. (transitive) To divest of body; to make immaterial.
  2. (religion, intransitive) To die, in context of subsequently existing outside the body (for example, as a soul or spirit).

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