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tangibly

[ tan-juh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF tangibly
  • as inmaterially
  • as inostensively
  • as inapparently

Synonyms for tangibly

  • palpably
  • physically
  • substantially
  • actually
  • bodily
  • corporeally
  • mundanely
  • objectively
  • ponderably
  • really
  • sensibly
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Antonyms for tangibly

  • immaterially
  • slightly
  • unsubstantially
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TANGIBLY

The image of the pale girl rose before him, tangibly distinct.

I had been tangibly smitten; I longed to be tangibly healed.

Through the feeling of doom that filled the room as tangibly as a scent I stretched out to the thought of Chris.

An expert accomplishes his deceit without anything so grossly and tangibly honest as a lie; and Louis was an expert.

The air was charged with something that all felt too tangibly oppressive, yet none could define, save the two—who would not.

The moral values are there, so to speak, palpably, tangibly; and the individual has only to use his mind enough to notice them.

Nay, apart from spiritualities; and considering him merely as a real, marketable, tangibly useful possession.

It was only ten days later, at high mass, that the success of her strategy was tangibly proved.

Human in form, visibly and tangibly human, no soul sat in her great eyes that a man could discern.

In the nights which followed “he slept in a kind of hunger to feel her physically and tangibly in his arms.”

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, "capable of being touched," from Middle French tangible, from Late Latin tangibilis "that may be touched," from Latin tangere "to touch" (see tangent). Sense of "material" (e.g. tangible reward) is first recorded 1610s; that of "able to be realized or dealt with" is from 1709.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TANGIBLY

apparently

adverbseemingly
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