- intake manifold,
- intake valve,
- integer vitae,
Origin of intangible
Examples from the Web for intangibility
The skeptic is resolute in unmasking the fraud, but finds himself balked by intangibility.Ghosts I Have Seen|Violet Tweedale
Can anything more ludicrous be imagined than this scampering piece of intangibility?
Mr. James is at his best in exhibiting at once the intensity of her disgust and the intangibility of its provocation.
The utter silence of the morning was ethereal in its intangibility.The Law of the North (Originally published as Empery)|Samuel Alexander White
The intangibility of the quarrel was what made it hardest to bear.Much Ado About Peter|Jean Webster
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.