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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVISIBLE

"Great attractions, no doubt—to me invisible," blurted the major.

Then these fell into place, and he was invisible, and soundless as well.

The exquisite vision that came from the Invisible had returned to the Invisible.

See, here are my invisible companions, the virgins, who are ever near me and aid me.

But what was it that all these whisperings from the Invisible wished to explain?

Never had the voices of the Invisible unknown spoken so clearly.

God is invisible--but is this any argument against his being?

The human soul is invisible--is this a proof that it does not exist?

It was curious how she seized the occasion to argue with some invisible opponent.

I knew with an absolute certainty that I was there invisible in that night's meeting.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-14c., from Old French invisible (13c.), from Latin invisibilis "unseen, invisible," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + visibilis (see visible). As a noun, "things invisible," from 1640s. Invisible Man is from H.G. Wells's novel (1897). Related: Invisibly.

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