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Imponderable fluid was the descriptive name applied to electricity.

The TelephoneA. E. Dolbear

Most of the things that path-finders leave behind them are imponderable.

Down the YellowstoneLewis R. Freeman

The study of ether, or imponderable matter, pertains principally to physics.

He seemed miles away from her, separated by some imponderable yet impassable barrier.

One Man in His TimeEllen Glasgow

He felt all but imponderable as he strode along by his friend in the clear moonlight and the bracing air from the river.

The Hills of RefugeWill N. Harben

Imponderable, im-pon′dėr-a-bl, adj. not able to be weighed: without sensible weight.

Likeness, dear Baron, is often the result of imponderable things.

Three PlaysLuigi Pirandello

Because heat is an imponderable agent, that is, something which cannot be acted upon by the ordinary physical agencies.

We speak of this as an independent, imponderable, elementary body, but how little we yet know of it.

The Philosophy of the WeatherThomas Belden Butler

But our imponderable resources in technical knowledge are constantly growing and are inexhaustible.

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