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Common misspellings for body:

boday, bodiy, bodi, bdoy, bosy, nody, boody, boey.

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Examples of usage for body:

  1. Body denotes the entire physical structure, considered as a whole, of man or animal; form looks upon it as a thing of shape and outline, perhaps of beauty; frame regards it as supported by its bony framework; system views it as an assemblage of many related and harmonious organs. Body form, frame, and system may be either dead or living; clay and dust are sometimes so used in religious or poetic style, tho ordinarily these words are used only of the dead. Corpse and remains are used only of the dead. Corpse is the plain technical word for a dead body still retaining its unity; remains may be used after any lapse of time; the latter is also the more refined and less ghastly term; as, friends are invited to view the remains. Carcass applies only to the body of an animal, or of a human being regarded with contempt and loathing. Compare COMPANY. –  by
  2. My dear child, what else is my old body good for? – Night and Day by Virginia Woolf
  3. " Like enough, like enough," said the stranger, " every body seems to have forgotten poor Slingsby!" – Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists by Washington Irving

Quotes for body:

  1. Just as the body goes into shock after a physical trauma, so does the human psyche go into shock after the impact of a major loss.
  2. That was certainly true the first time, when I did Body Heat, the first movie that I directed. I was looking for a vessel to tell a certain kind of story, and I was a huge fan of Film Noir, and what I liked about it was that it was so extreme in style.
  3. I'm more important to me than any body you can mention. Do you know that?
  4. In my case, the body of work stands for itself... I think my work has been representative of me as a man.
  5. Just as man can't exist without his body, so no rights can exist without the right to translate one's rights into reality, to think, to work and keep the results, which means: the right of property.

Rhymes for body:

  1. shoddy, soddy, mahdi, roddy, waddie, waddy, roddie, radi;
  2. embody, canady, gennadi;
  3. disembody;
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