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Like “Misty,” that film was animated by a palpable undercurrent of anti-feminist animus.
Emotion runs like a palpable undercurrent through her songs.
A culture clash became palpable in schools and playgrounds, in the buildings filling up with professionals.
There was a palpable feeling in the room that something really deep was going on — or about to go on — outside.
“There’s just pure joy in the air, a feeling of renewal that’s just palpable,” said John Wolfe, president of the resident’s association.
Such action is a palpable fraud which the law recognizes and for which the guilty ones must answer.
This would be a palpable fraud and a court would, if requested, order the reconveyance of the land and return of the money.
Many stories are told of insuring ships after learning of their loss; such conduct is a palpable fraud.
The enjoyment of it by them is a palpable evidence that obligation rests upon them.
With all these palpable facts in view, let us enquire into the origin of the book which has produced such results.

WORDS RELATED TO PALPABLE

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pandiculationnoun | [pan-dik-yuh-ley-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION
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