Origin of tangible
Examples from the Web for tangibly
What happened was, [plastic surgery] was the one thing I did that I felt like I could tangibly grasp onto.
What comes across most tangibly from Abdi is a sense of delicious disbelief, to suddenly find himself where he is.
Nay, apart from spiritualities; and considering him merely as a real, marketable, tangibly useful possession.Heroes and Hero Worship|Thomas Carlyle
In the nights which followed “he slept in a kind of hunger to feel her physically and tangibly in his arms.”Sleep Walking and Moon Walking|Isidor Isaak Sadger
There was an odd jangle from the invisible machinery which gouged so tangibly into Newlin's body.Shock Treatment|Stanley Mullen
The moral values are there, so to speak, palpably, tangibly; and the individual has only to use his mind enough to notice them.Ethics|John Dewey and James Hayden Tufts
It was only ten days later, at high mass, that the success of her strategy was tangibly proved.Cape Breton Tales|Harry James Smith