Animate vs Fleshly - What's the difference?
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Animate is a related term of fleshly.
As a verb animate
As an adjective fleshly is
corporeal or bodily.
As an adverb fleshly is
(obsolete) carnally; sexually.
That which lives.
Possessing the quality or ability of motion.
(grammar, of a noun or pronoun) Having a referent that includes a human or animal.
- She is an engaging and animate speaker.
(grammar) Inflected to agree with an animate noun or pronoun.
- Nouns can be singular or plural, and one of two genders, animate or inanimate.
* (that lives) alive, live, living
* (possessing the quality or ability of motion)
* (dynamic) active, dynamic, energetic
* (living) inanimate
* (possessing the quality or ability of motion) fixed, immobile, static, stationary, still
* (dynamic) static
* (sense) inanimate
To impart motion or the appearance of motion to.
To give spirit or vigour to; to stimulate or enliven; to inspirit.
- If we animate the model, we can see the complexity of the action.
- The more to animate the people, he stood on high and cried unto them with a loud voice.
corporeal or bodily
sensual; carnal; lascivious
* Bible, 1 Peter ii. 11
- Fleshly bondage.
* Bible, 2 Corinthians i. 12
- Abstain from fleshly lusts, which war against the soul.
(obsolete) animal; not vegetable
- Fleshly wisdom.
(obsolete) Carnally; sexually.
*:Syr said Launcelot ye saye that that good kny?t is my sone That ou?test thow to knowe and no man better said the good man / For thow knewest the doughter of kyng Pelles flesshely / and on her thow begattest Galahad / And that was he that at the feest of Pentecost satte in the sege peryllous