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Synonyms for body

Synonyms for body

the physical frame of a dead person or animal

a number of individuals making up or considered a unit

a group of people organized for a particular purpose

the main part

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a separate and distinct portion of matter

a measurable whole

body forth: to represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form

Synonyms for body

a natural object consisting of a dead animal or person

an individual 3-dimensional object that has mass and that is distinguishable from other objects

a collection of particulars considered as a system

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the central message of a communication

the main mass of a thing

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a resonating chamber in a musical instrument (as the body of a violin)

the external structure of a vehicle

invest with or as with a body

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But the players most fundamental to that market, donors, are locked out, prohibited by law from sharing in the benefits that others derive from their bodies.
He mentioned that whatever nature divides stays in it endlessly in actuality, and that bodies are composed of compounded finite parts.
Increasingly, academics are researching and writing about men's bodies from a variety of perspectives.
Secondly, the reception of the Body and Blood of Christ is a foretaste of the transfiguration of our bodies by Christ.
We have gotten away from this way of thinking and caring for our bodies, and instead we have started thinking that we need to add something to our bodies like drugs or medications just to make them function properly, When you go in for heart bypass surgery, the surgeon only fixes the valves of your pump, it is still up to your body to heal after surgery.
Adipocere refers to a fatty wax substance that forms on bodies either submerged in water or buried in damp conditions without oxygen and air.
In contrast, the participants were 81 percent accurate in their quick reads of angry faces shown without bodies.
I doubt that there are many Catholics who do not find something amiss in our culture's fixation on sexuality and in its dissatisfaction with our mortal, imperfect, and inevitably aging bodies.
Together all three essays make vivid the disturbing welter of (to paraphrase Morgan) pseudo-scientific "ideas and information," both discursive and visual, about Black women--particularly their supposed savage animality and lascivious sexuality--that both predated and continues to shape western encounters with female Black bodies.
On May 23, 2004, at its spring meeting, the AICPA Council adopted revisions to resolutions that designate bodies to promulgate professional standards.
Chastan, who's run 26 marathons since turning 40, is among the first Americans to pledge their bodies to the Institute of Plastination in Heidelberg, Germany, which displays them for science and public education.
But the most unsettling effect results from the artist's confronting us with the presence of her body in a manner that forces us, as observers, to take cognizance of the place and limits of the action and power of our own bodies.
However, while their mind might be able to shift to the present, their bodies are far from ready to play an instrument.
When foreign bodies are discovered incidentally, they are usually detected during an investigation of chronic symptoms.