fleshly

Animate vs Fleshly - What's the difference?

animate | fleshly | Related terms |

Animate is a related term of fleshly.


As a verb animate

is .

As an adjective fleshly is

corporeal or bodily.

As an adverb fleshly is

(obsolete) carnally; sexually.

Existent vs Fleshly - What's the difference?

existent | fleshly | Related terms |

Existent is a related term of fleshly.


As adjectives the difference between existent and fleshly

is that existent is existing; having life or being, current; occurring now while fleshly is corporeal or bodily.

As a noun existent

is (archaic) a being or entity that exists independently.

As an adverb fleshly is

(obsolete) carnally; sexually.

Fleshly vs Inordinate - What's the difference?

fleshly | inordinate | Related terms |

Fleshly is a related term of inordinate.


As adjectives the difference between fleshly and inordinate

is that fleshly is corporeal or bodily while inordinate is excessive; unreasonable or inappropriate in magnitude; extreme.

As an adverb fleshly

is (obsolete) carnally; sexually.

Fleshly vs Unchaste - What's the difference?

fleshly | unchaste | Related terms |

Fleshly is a related term of unchaste.


As adjectives the difference between fleshly and unchaste

is that fleshly is corporeal or bodily while unchaste is not chaste; not continent; libidinous; lewd.

As an adverb fleshly

is (obsolete) carnally; sexually.

Fleshly vs Lewd - What's the difference?

fleshly | lewd | Related terms |

Fleshly is a related term of lewd.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between fleshly and lewd

is that fleshly is (obsolete) carnally; sexually while lewd is (obsolete) base, vile, reprehensible.

As adjectives the difference between fleshly and lewd

is that fleshly is corporeal or bodily while lewd is lascivious, sexually promiscuous, rude.

As an adverb fleshly

is (obsolete) carnally; sexually.

Fleshly - What does it mean?

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Fleshly vs Sinful - What's the difference?

fleshly | sinful | Related terms |

Fleshly is a related term of sinful.


As adjectives the difference between fleshly and sinful

is that fleshly is corporeal or bodily while sinful is full of sin; wicked; iniquitous; unholy.

As an adverb fleshly

is (obsolete) carnally; sexually.

Vital vs Fleshly - What's the difference?

vital | fleshly | Related terms |

Vital is a related term of fleshly.


As adjectives the difference between vital and fleshly

is that vital is relating to, or characteristic of life while fleshly is corporeal or bodily.

As an adverb fleshly is

(obsolete) carnally; sexually.

Incarnate vs Fleshly - What's the difference?

incarnate | fleshly | Related terms |

Incarnate is a related term of fleshly.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between incarnate and fleshly

is that incarnate is (obsolete) flesh-colored, crimson while fleshly is (obsolete) carnally; sexually.

As adjectives the difference between incarnate and fleshly

is that incarnate is embodied in flesh; given a bodily, especially a human, form; personified or incarnate can be not in the flesh; spiritual while fleshly is corporeal or bodily.

As a verb incarnate

is (obsolete|intransitive) to incarn; to become covered with flesh, to heal over.

As an adverb fleshly is

(obsolete) carnally; sexually.

Living vs Fleshly - What's the difference?

living | fleshly | Related terms |

Living is a related term of fleshly.


As adjectives the difference between living and fleshly

is that living is having life while fleshly is corporeal or bodily.

As a verb living

is .

As a noun living

is (uncountable) the state of being alive.

As an adverb fleshly is

(obsolete) carnally; sexually.

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