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palpable
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

3 uses
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Definition
very apparent (so strong, it almost seems to take a material form that can be touched)
  • "Most palpable proofs," said he, "as you may perceive."
    Chapters 55-56 (83% in)
  • Providence appears to me to have no share in this affair; and happily so, for instead of the invisible, impalpable agent of celestial rewards and punishments, I shall find one both palpable and visible, on whom I shall revenge myself, I assure you, for all I have suffered during the last month.
    Chapters 87-88 (7% in)
  • Providence appears to me to have no share in this affair; and happily so, for instead of the invisible, impalpable agent of celestial rewards and punishments, I shall find one both palpable and visible, on whom I shall revenge myself, I assure you, for all I have suffered during the last month.
    Chapters 87-88 (7% in)

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