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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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References in periodicals archive ?
The serial character of corpse production -- bodies continue to be produced by both sides -- suggests that it is in the sequence of death that meaning is contested, not in an individual (biographic) death.
Where HIV and AIDS are concerned, the social construct within which the pathological exists is built upon the politics of bodies and disease.
Hollywood makes us feel inadequate if our bodies aren't carbon copies of the professional beauties seen in movies or on television.
Murphy Body Company, privately owned, manufactures and sells nationwide a specialized product line of refrigerated truck bodies.
These bodies are preferentially pulling fat calories out for storage.
BODY WORLDS is the only anatomical exhibition that relies on the generosity of body donors, individuals who willed that, upon their death, their bodies could be used for educational purposes in the exhibition.
The development of our knowledge of perceptions of body image development in early childhood strongly suggest that this is the time when children try to make sense of their body and the bodies of other people (Davison & Birch, 2001; Feldman, Feldman, & Goodman, 1988).
It's incredible that we can almost re-create our bodies through studying and rehearsing," she says.
Parts of our bodies previously unexplored or long atrophied are awakened and engaged as life energy is rippled through, breathed into, and nurtured back to awareness.
Similarly, the plethora of icy objects roaming the solar system's outskirts should all be called Kuiper belt bodies, Marsden argues.
And such is [the case of] the perimeter: none of the ascending bodies would fit in it because it is plain and imaginary; and likewise, if there was a path between the water and the centre it would reach it.
This hormone is produced naturally by the bodies of males and, in much smaller amounts, by females.
Of course, one must add the many bodies that carried on the salsa tradition and then consider paths from Africa to the Americas along with the histories of slavery, colonization, and even socialism.
But on the newer crop of medical examiner shows like CSI and its clone CSI: Miami or Crossing Jordan the body of the deceased has a starring (and recurring) role, and over and over again we get a worm's-eye view of the bodies, bringing us up close and personal to every micron of injured flesh and shattered bone.
1) Most of these foreign bodies are toys and other small objects, such as pieces of paper, rubber erasers, pebbles, beads, marbles, beans, safety pins, washers, nuts, pieces of sponge and chalk, etc.