When did physicality become a word?
The noun “physicality” entered English in 1592, when it was another word for medicine or medical practice, according to the Oxford English Dictionary. In 1827, it was first used to mean “the fact, state, or condition of being physical (as opposed to mental, spiritual, etc.),” the OED says.
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