ponderable

[ pon-der-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF ponderable

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The sources of this vibration are the ponderable masses of the universe.

The wind pours over us, an icy and ponderable flood, and is increasing.

The sources of vibration are the ponderable masses of the universe.

According to this view, some force keeps it there, yet it is not ponderable.

There are forces outside military power more visible and ponderable than these.

Air is ponderable matter—as much so as lead—and equally requires force of some kind to set it or keep it in motion.

Perhaps, after we have weighed all that is ponderable, we can only determine which seems the better course of action.

As a rule, they were stuffed with fear—and with a fear so strange and alien that it had no ponderable quality.

If it be conduction, it must be carried on by different vibrations from those of ponderable substances.

On the contrary, the ponderable and tangible realities of the immediate situation counselled neutrality.

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