Origin of imponderable
OTHER WORDS FROM imponderableim·pon·der·a·bil·i·ty, im·pon·der·a·ble·ness, nounim·pon·der·a·bly, adverb
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How to use imponderable in a sentence
Descartes suggested a nearly imponderable solution, in which motion is just a shifting of the relative positions of objects, and the invisible object that we call space, along their shared surfaces.
What Warhol gives us is magnificently imponderable, as normal things (such as urinals) are in the world.
There were, Caro said, regions of ether too subtle to sustain even so imponderable a poet as Mr. Prothero.The Creators|May Sinclair
Every letter which came from the absent sister did inclose some imponderable unmounted photograph, with comments.Girls and Women|Harriet E. Paine (AKA E. Chester}
We are in the present day upon the trace of a great many important facts relating to the imponderable agencies employed in nature.
Is or is not that which is called magnetic effluvia a something, a stuff or a substance, invisible and imponderable though it be?Reincarnation|Th. Pascal
It had simply affected his imagination, which was a consequence of the imponderable sort.Confidence|Henry James