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intangible
used in The Mill on the Floss

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incapable of being perceived by the senses; or something that is hard to identify
  • Tom was not given to inquire subtly into his own motives any more than into other matters of an intangible kind; he was quite sure that his own motives as well as actions were good, else he would have had nothing to do with them.
    5.5 -- Book 5 Chapter 5 -- The Cloven Tree (60% in)

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