The spot where the fight took place is now called La Cañada del Diablo, and I have heard that since that day the devil has never appeared corporeally to fight any man in the Banda Orientál.
Yet I know, Paquíta, that corporeally you are here in Montevideo, conversing with me at this very moment.
That the demons really came, either corporeally or through some diabolic illusion that amounted to the same thing, and that the witch devoted herself to him body and soul, scarce anybody was bold enough to doubt.
By signs corporeally pronounced we understand the generations of the waters, necessarily occasioned by the depth of the flesh; by things mentally conceived, human generations, on account of the fruitfulness of reason.
So we can look confidently to all that blaze of light where He sits, and feel that, howsoever the body of His humiliation may have been changed into the body of His glory, He still remains corporeally and spiritually a true Son of man.
A new ego had superseded the old natural, corporeally conditioned ego.
A man who was present in person, corporeally present, could not entertain the idea of offering others his flesh and blood to eat.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "corporeally" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.