impalpability

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Etymology[edit]

Formed as impalpable +‎ -ity; compare the French impalpabilité.

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Noun[edit]

impalpability (uncountable)

  1. The quality of being impalpable; intangibility.
    1. Physical imperceptibility; incapability of being sensed by the tactual faculties.
    2. Ungraspability by or inapprehensibility to the mind.

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