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noun as in anonymity

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Their analysis revealed that a seemingly blank patch on the papyrus actually contained characters written in what had become "invisible ink" after centuries of exposure to light.

The Navigator’s integrated system works so smoothly that it is invisible and helps make the trailer feel invisible, too.

The way the needle quivered, tugged northward by some invisible force, overwhelmed him with the feeling that “something deeply hidden had to be behind things.”

She felt invisible — like after decades of grueling work, missing time with her friends and family as she poured herself into her music career, someone was just swooping down to erase it.

Later in the game Miles adds another cool suite of moves to his repertoire when he learns how to briefly make himself invisible.

The explanation for Asian American invisibility is complicated.

The invisibility extends beyond the political to the cultural.

But the problem of bisexual invisibility shows exactly why we need labels and how much good they really can do.

Data invisibility is important since policy decisions are frequently determined by what is being measured.

But without access to a giant invisibility cloak, where does one hide such an enormous piece of machinery and 239 people?

Arcot snapped off the drive and turned on the invisibility apparatus.

In other words, why not equip these suits with a small invisibility apparatus?

Arcot snapped the ship into invisibility and darted to one side.

Several of her menials simultaneously appeared out of invisibility, and one of them hurried obsequiously towards him.

Are we not Spirits, that are shaped into a body, into an Appearance; and that fade away again into air and Invisibility?


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to invisibility, such as: inconspicuousness, namelessness, and anonymousness.

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