unfleshly

unfleshly

(ʌnˈflɛʃlɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
(Theology) not of the flesh; spiritual
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11) Rather than being "fleshly" or unfleshly, both poets are concerned with what Merleau Ponty called "the metaphysical structure of our flesh.
of hopeless unfleshly girls, father of a sandwich- making in-denial homosexual and a Jew-hating opportunist piano player.
Honest-to-God people -- as distinct from positions, policies, statutes, rulings, and other unfleshly particulars we were meant to ponder -- didn't make their first major appearance as a political factor until my Washington time.