physicalness


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Noun1.physicalness - the quality of being physical; consisting of matter
quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare
concreteness - the quality of being concrete (not abstract)
palpability, tangibility, tangibleness - the quality of being perceivable by touch
substantiality, substantialness, solidness - the quality of being substantial or having substance
reality - the quality possessed by something that is real
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We let their physicalness and aggressiveness take us out of our game," Kasperek said.
We need to play with a physicalness, a mentality and a toughness that you play the game of football with.
We went out there, and we matched their intensity and matched their physicalness,'' Lyles said.
When a baby dies you miss the physicalness of having an infant there, of holding them, smelling them - you miss that so much.
Can we try to refer to the concept of "well-being" that can integrate the person's dimensions so avoiding to consider the good for the man only limited to his physicalness, to his mere socialization, or to other sectional contexts that do not represent and fully evaluate him?
During the interludes, the bass line similarly creeps and crawls across the fret board with exaggerated glissandos between the notes giving the song a revolting, palpable physicalness (Example 2c).
She has to work with attention to concrete detail, the very physicalness of our lives, of the world in which we live; and she has to be able and willing, through her capacity for imagination and so empathy, to get inside the heads and hearts of folks whose conduct she may or may not approve of, to render them whole.

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