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Definitioncapable of being touched, or easily understood so there is no question of its value or reality
- Their beauty she accepted as casually as the air she breathed and the water she drank, for she had never consciously seen beauty in anything but women's faces, horses, silk dresses and like tangible things.1.2 (37% in)
- The mills were the tangible evidence of what she had done, unaided and against great odds, and she was proud of them and of herself.5.57 (68% in)
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