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carnal
used in The Magic Mountain

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Definition
of or relating to the body or flesh (in contrast to the spirit) — especially sexual desires or feelings
  • Because the body is sickness and depravity, it is what produces death, yes, both of them, love and death, are carnal, and that is the source of their terror and great magic!
    5.9 - Walpurgis Night (95% in)
  • There were moments when, as you "played king," you saw the intimation of a dream of love rising up out of death and this carnal body.
    7.10 - The Thunderbolt (99% in)

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