- invisible balance,
- invisible glass,
- invisible hand,
- invisible ink,
- invisible man
Origin of invisible
Examples from the Web for invisibly
From that decision, invisibly, the presidency began to change.
“She was what invisibly warmed us, like central heating,” Nichols said.Nora Ephron Memorial: Warm, Funny Tributes by Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, and Rosie O’Donnell|Rebecca Dana|July 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Nimble aerial creatures swung, invisibly passive, in the quiet dark.The Divine Adventure etc. (Works vol. 4)|Fiona Macleod
I would have given a complete set of the works of Mrs. Humphry Ward to have been invisibly present.Books and Persons|Arnold Bennett
And Gaṇas, moving about invisibly, flung some of the bandits into ravines, and dashed others to pieces against the ground.The Kath Sarit Sgara|Somadeva Bhatta
As they are supposed to be invisibly present, they are at all times to be spoken of with respect.Folk-Lore and Legends|Anonymous
Invisibly all about us, and even going right through us, are the magnetic waves of the earth.Toy Shop|Henry Maxwell Dempsey
mid-14c., from Old French invisible (13c.), from Latin invisibilis "unseen, invisible," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + visibilis (see visible). As a noun, "things invisible," from 1640s. Invisible Man is from H.G. Wells's novel (1897). Related: Invisibly.