In fact, intellectual property and, more broadly, intangible assets now dominate American business.
But instead they found the intangible benefits of connection to be greater than the physical comforts of running water.
“I just saw this intangible star quality,” Fieri's agent, Jason Hodes, says.
I was just working on an essay where I was talking about the intangible value of darkness.
By Nightfall impresses a sense of mourning for the intangible, somehow linking it back to those twin Keatsian themes.
Everything was indefinite, blurred, intangible and incomprehensible!
The fight into which Jim had thrown himself was an intangible one.
So far concerning the ascertainment of truth alone, in intangible regions of inquiry.
Well, I don't know; it seems so far away and so intangible some way.
The intangible and manifest, such as form, can as reasonably be credited with qualities as the tangible and material.
1630s, "incapable of being touched," from French intangible (c.1500) or directly from Medieval Latin intangibilis, from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + Late Latin tangibilis "that may be touched" (see tangible). Figurative sense of "that cannot be grasped by the mind" is from 1880. Noun meaning "anything intangible" is from 1914. Related: Intangibly.