of or relating to the body.
corporeal or material, as contrasted with spiritual or mental.
as a physical entity; as a complete physical unit:
The tornado picked him up bodily and threw him against the wall.
You have to appear bodily at the box office in order to have your reservation confirmed.
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relating to or being a part of the human body
by taking hold of the body: he threw him bodily from the platform
in person; in the flesh
a foreboding; omen. foreboding; ominous. to be an omen of; portend: The news bodes evil days for him. Archaic. to announce beforehand; predict. to portend: The news bodes well for him. a simple past tense of bide. Historical Examples Short Studies on Great Subjects James Anthony Froude Blow The Man Down Holman Day The Flag […]
a small, pointed instrument for making holes in cloth, leather, etc. a long pinshaped instrument used by women to fasten up the hair. a blunt, needlelike instrument for drawing tape, cord, etc., through a loop, hem, or the like. Obsolete. a small dagger; stiletto. Historical Examples Pelle the Conqueror, Complete Martin Anderson Nexo The Martins […]
the library of Oxford University, reestablished by Sir Thomas Bodley, 1545–1613, English diplomat and scholar. of, relating to, or belonging to this library. Historical Examples Lady Connie Mrs. Humphry Ward Microcosmography John Earle Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 8, Slice 8 Various The Care of Books John Willis Clark Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromartie, Knight […]
George Frederick, 1827–1907, English architect. Historical Examples The Mystery of Francis Bacon William T. Smedley Dubliners James Joyce The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.) John Holland Rose Some Persons Unknown E. W. Hornung In the Name of the Bodleian and Other Essays Augustine Birrell John Marsh’s Millions Charles Klein In the Name […]