Definition of "incorporeal"
  1. Something that isn't physical or tangible, often related to rights or privileges
How to use "incorporeal" in a sentence
  1. The tenant had an incorporeal right to use the landowner's driveway.
  2. Though it isn't a physical asset, the business's good reputation is an invaluable incorporeal.
  3. Their incorporeal claim to the waterfront view became a point of contention.

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