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Incorporeal vs Extrasensory - What's the difference?

incorporeal | extrasensory | Related terms |

Incorporeal is a related term of extrasensory.


As adjectives the difference between incorporeal and extrasensory

is that incorporeal is having no material form or physical substance while extrasensory is of or relating to extrasensory perception.

Abstract vs Incorporeal - What's the difference?

abstract | incorporeal |


As a noun abstract

is abstract.

As an adjective incorporeal is

having no material form or physical substance.

Incorporeal vs Fleeting - What's the difference?

incorporeal | fleeting |


As adjectives the difference between incorporeal and fleeting

is that incorporeal is having no material form or physical substance while fleeting is passing quickly.

As a verb fleeting is

.

Immaterial vs Incorporeal - What's the difference?

immaterial | incorporeal |


As adjectives the difference between immaterial and incorporeal

is that immaterial is having no matter or substance while incorporeal is having no material form or physical substance.

Incorporeal vs Insubstantial - What's the difference?

incorporeal | insubstantial | Related terms |

Incorporeal is a related term of insubstantial.


As adjectives the difference between incorporeal and insubstantial

is that incorporeal is having no material form or physical substance while insubstantial is lacking substance; not real or strong.

Incorporeal vs Unsubstantial - What's the difference?

incorporeal | unsubstantial | Related terms |

Incorporeal is a related term of unsubstantial.


As adjectives the difference between incorporeal and unsubstantial

is that incorporeal is having no material form or physical substance while unsubstantial is (archaic).

Incorporeal vs Ghostly - What's the difference?

incorporeal | ghostly | Related terms |

Incorporeal is a related term of ghostly.


As adjectives the difference between incorporeal and ghostly

is that incorporeal is having no material form or physical substance while ghostly is of or pertaining to ghosts or spirits.

Incorporeal - What does it mean?

incorporeal | |

Spiritual vs Incorporeal - What's the difference?

spiritual | incorporeal | Related terms |

Spiritual is a related term of incorporeal.


As a noun spiritual

is (christianity|historical) a member of a branch of the franciscan order who advocated simple dress and renounced the owning of property.

As an adjective incorporeal is

having no material form or physical substance.

Incorporeal vs Spectral - What's the difference?

incorporeal | spectral | Related terms |

Incorporeal is a related term of spectral.


As adjectives the difference between incorporeal and spectral

is that incorporeal is having no material form or physical substance while spectral is having the appearance of a spectre; ghostly.

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