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bodily

(bŏd′l-ē)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or belonging to the body.
2. Physical as opposed to mental or spiritual: bodily welfare.
adv.
1. In the flesh; in person: bodily but not mentally present.
2. As a complete physical entity: carried the child bodily from the room.

bodily

adjective Referring to a body or material form; physical; corporal; consisting of matter.
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Tyler Rankin, Richmond, Texas, pleaded guilty to a charge of battery with the intent to do bodily harm and was ordered to pay $850 in total fines and fees.
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