disbodied

adjective
dis·bod·ied | \də|sˈbädēd, (ˈ)di|s¦bä-, |ˈspä-, |¦spä-\

Definition of disbodied 

: disembodied while we rode we were disbodied, unconscious of flesh or feeling— T. E. Lawrence

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History and Etymology for disbodied

from past participle of obsolete disbody to disembody, from dis- entry 1 + body (noun)

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