intangible

[ in-tan-juh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF intangible

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Why should he battle and strive for an unattainable something as intangible as a dream?

The intangible monster of a misunderstanding had crept between them.

He paused, and looked at his companion as if seeking that intangible something.

The obvious dead, the intangible alive, and no connection at all between them!

But that fear was not like this fear, which was intimate, personal but intangible.

It is often the intangible thing that tells and that is valuable.

The most intangible of assets and the most unescapable of liabilities.

All intangible, ghostly menace downs before this real danger.

You've got a sort of intangible interest in that, haven't you?

For mind is intangible; we cannot see it, feel it, taste it, or handle it.

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