Incorporeal vs Incorporeity - What's the difference?

incorporeal | incorporeity |


As an adjective incorporeal

is having no material form or physical substance.

As a noun incorporeity is

the state or characteristic of being incorporeal.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

incorporeal

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Having no material form or physical substance.
  • * Milton
  • Thus incorporeal spirits to smaller forms / Reduced their shapes immense.
  • * Bentley
  • Sense and perception must necessarily proceed from some incorporeal substance within us.
  • (legal) Relating to an asset that does not have a material form; such as a patent.
  • Synonyms

    * (having no material form) disembodied; intangible

    Antonyms

    * corporeal

    incorporeity

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • 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.

    Synonyms

    * disembodiedness, incorporeality