Co'rporate. adj. [from corpus, Latin.] United in a body or community; enabled to act in legal processes as an individual.
Breaking forth like a sudden tempest, he over-run all Munster and Connaught, defacing and utterly subverting all corporate towns that were not strongly walled. Spenser on Ireland.
They answer in a joint and corporate voice,
That now they are at fall. Shakespeare's Timon.
The nobles of Athens being not at this time a corporate assembly, therefore the resentment of the commons was usually turned against particular persons. Swift.