Definition of Impalpably

1. Adverb. Not substantially; lacking substantial expression or fullness.

Exact synonyms: Insubstantially



Definition of Impalpably

1. adv. In an impalpable manner.

Definition of Impalpably

1. Adverb. In an impalpable manner. ¹

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Definition of Impalpably

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impalpably

impales
impaling
impalla
impallas
impallid
impallided
impalliding
impallids
impalm
impalmed
impalming
impalms
impalpabilities
impalpability
impalpable
impalpably (current term)
impalsied
impalsies
impalsy
impalsying
impanate
impanation
impanator
impanators
impanel
impaneled
impaneling
impanelled
impanelling
impanelment

Literary usage of Impalpably

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1. Practical therapeutics by Edward John Waring (1866)
"The powders should be impalpably fine, aa the least roughness excites such efforts to cough, as to insure the expulsion of the powder. ..."

2. Perfumery by Campbell Morfit (1853)
"impalpably pulverized charcoal 1 oz. Sugar 1 oz. Vol. oil of cloves 3 drops. Make into a homogeneous powder under a muller. 2d Powder. ..."

3. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1913)
"Sheet asphalt surfaces consist of a mineral aggregate of sand, at times some fine stone, filler of impalpably fine ground mineral matter and an asphalt ..."

4. A System of Mineralogy: Including an Extended Treatise on Crystallography by James Dwight Dana (1837)
"Massive ; structure impalpably granular ; earthy. ... It occurs in reniform, botryoidal, and globular masses, presenting an impalpably granular structure. ..."

5. Geological Survey of Michigan by Michigan Geological Survey (1900)
"From this mill it passes into two Gates' tube mills in which it is made impalpably fine. This in turn is forced or pumped by air into a measuring tank. ..."

6. Crude Rubber and Compounding Ingredients by Henry Clemens Pearson (1918)
"... OF IRON TRADE MARK t The best compounding, coloring and covering values for the money STRICTLY PURE AND impalpably FINE We ..."

7. Asphalt Construction for Pavements and Highways: A Pocketbook for Engineers by Clifford Richardson (1913)
"In any filler it is the amount of material which is so impalpably fine as not only to pass a 2oo-mesh sieve but also to remain suspended in water for at ..."

8. Cyanide Practice, 1910 to 1913 by Max Wilhelm Von Bernewitz (1913)
"E. Girault was able to deal with the problem characteristically and very neatly at Pachuca. Finding that his impalpably-slimed concentrate would yield to ..."

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