What is the antonym of “incorporeous”?
The antonyms of incorporeous are corporeal, physical, and tangible. These antonyms describe things that have a physical presence or can be perceived by the senses.
Brief Definitions of the Antonym(s)
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Having a physical body; tangible.
The corporeal world is the world of physical objects that we can see and touch.
Relating to the body or material things; tangible.
The physical therapist helped the patient regain strength in their injured leg.
Capable of being touched or felt; perceptible by touch.
The artist created a tangible sculpture that people could interact with and touch.
How are these antonyms different from each other?
- 1Corporeal refers specifically to having a physical body.
- 2Physical describes anything relating to the body or material things.
- 3Tangible refers to something that can be touched or felt.
Good things to know
- 1Describing Physical Objects: Use corporeal, physical, and tangible to describe physical objects.
- 2Discussing Sensory Experiences: Use these antonyms to describe experiences that can be perceived by the senses.
- 3Writing Fiction: Incorporate these antonyms in narratives to create vivid descriptions of characters and settings.