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Definitions of body:

part of speech: present participle

Bodying.

part of speech: noun

The frame of an animal; a mass of living or dead matter; an individual or single person, as no body; a substance, as opposed to spirit; a collection of individuals; quality of a material.

part of speech: noun

The whole frame of a man or lower animal: the main part of an animal, as distinguished from the limbs: the main part of anything: matter, as opposed to spirit: a mass: a person: a number of persons united by some common tie.

part of speech: verb transitive

To give form to: to embody :- pr. p. bodying; pa. p. bodied.

part of speech: noun

The form and substance of an animal living or dead; the trunk or main portion of an animal or tree; the main or principal part of anything; as, the body of a letter is the part that carries the message; a person; a number of individuals united by some common tie or distinct purpose; a mass; as, a body of troops; a material thing; a certain thickness or weight; as, china silk is a material of very little body.

part of speech: verb

To produce in some form.

part of speech: verb transitive

To furnish with a material form; to embody.

part of speech: past tense, past participle

Bodied.

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