V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. of the body; 2. affecting the body as opposed to the mind or spirit; 3. relating to the wall of the body

Synonyms: physical, bodily, corporeal, outward

Antonyms: spiritual

Tips: Somatic comes from the word soma, "body." Something somatic refers to the physical body, as opposed to the mind or spirit.

Usage Examples:

The doctor thought my ailments were all in my head, but it turned out to be a somatic illness. (physical, bodily)

His ongoing depression has manifested into several somatic symptoms. (corporeal, outward, bodily)

Cancer is a somatic illness, not a mental one. (physical, bodily)

The pain in my stomach is somatic; I'm not imagining it. (physical, or the body)

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