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intangible
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The Fountainhead
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  • Undermines that intangible feeling of confidence, you know.
  • The love of a man for the integrity of his work and his right to preserve it are now considered a vague intangible and an unessential.
  • …In this day and age, when the world is torn by gigantic problems, seeking an answer to questions that hold the survival of man in the balance—this man attached to such a vague intangible, such an unessential as his artistic opinions sufficient importance to let it become his sole passion and the motivation of a crime against society.

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  • that intangible thing—the soul
  • an intangible feeling of impending disaster

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