1 of the appetites and passions of the body; "animal instincts"; "carnal knowledge"; "fleshly desire"; "a sensual delight in eating"; "music is the only sensual pleasure without vice" [syn: animal(a), fleshly, sensual]
2 of or relating to the body or flesh; "carnal remains"
3 of or relating to or belonging to the body; "a bodily organ"; "bodily functions"; "carnal remains" [syn: bodily]
EtymologyFrom Latin carnālis.
- Rhymes: -ɑː(r)nəl
Adamic, Circean, Philistine, amorous, animal, animalistic, aphrodisiomaniacal, backsliding, bawdy, beastlike, beastly, bestial, bodily, brutal, brute, brutish, carnal-minded, clitoromaniacal, coarse, concupiscent, corporal, corporeal, dirty, earthly, earthy, erogenic, erogenous, erotic, eroticomaniacal, erotogenic, erotomaniacal, erring, fallen, fleshly, frail, gamic, goatish, gross, gynecomaniacal, heterosexual, horny, hot, hysteromaniacal, impure, infirm, ithyphallic, lapsed, lascivious, lecherous, lewd, libidinal, libidinous, licentious, lickerish, lubricious, lustful, material, materialistic, mundane, nonspiritual, nuptial, nymphomaniacal, obscene, of easy virtue, orgiastic, oversexed, pandemic, peccable, physical, postlapsarian, potent, priapic, procreative, prodigal, profane, prurient, randy, recidivist, recidivistic, salacious, satyric, secular, sensual, sensuous, sex, sexed, sexlike, sexual, sexy, somatic, straight, substantial, swinish, temporal, terrestrial, unangelic, unchaste, unclean, undersexed, ungodly, ungood, unrighteous, unsaintly, unspiritual, unvirtuous, venereal, virtueless, voluptuous, vulgar, wanton, wayward, weak, worldly