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unfleshly

[uhn-flesh-lee] /ʌnˈflɛʃ li/
adjective
1.
not fleshly; not carnal or corporeal; spiritual.
Origin of unfleshly
1850-1855
1850-55; un-1 + fleshly
Related forms
unfleshliness, noun
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  • As she entered the drawing-room she came from out of doors, a slender, unfleshly figure, all intellect and idea.

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