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bod·i·ly / ˈbädl-ē/ • adj. of or concerning the body: children learn to control their bodily functions. ∎  material or actual as opposed to spiritual or incorporeal: God is not present in bodily form. • adv. by taking hold of a person's body, esp. with force: he hauled her bodily from the van. ∎  with one's whole body; with great force: he launched himself bodily at the door.

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