Definition of CORPUSES

  • CORPUS, a human or animal body [n]
  • A collection of written texts, esp. the entire works of a particular author or a body of writing on a particular subject
  • A collection of written or spoken material in machine-readable form, assembled for the purpose of studying linguistic structures, frequencies, etc
  • The main body or mass of a structure
  • The central part of the stomach, between the fundus and the antrum