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capable of being touched, or easily understood so there is no question of its value or reality
  • She paused, as if to add weight to her already tangibly heavy words.
    11. Here Come Da Judge (17% in)
tangibly = so real or weighty they seem capable of being touched
  • Shortly after the summer that Missy vanished, The Great Sadness had draped itself around Mack's shoulders like some invisible but almost tangibly heavy quilt.
    2. The Gathering Dark (9% in)
  • Of all the places he sensed the presence of God, out here surrounded by nature and under the stars was one of the most tangible.
    2. The Gathering Dark (74% in)
  • More real, or tangible.
    7. God on the Dock (61% in)
  • Her appreciation was tangible, but then she leaned forward slightly, her tone still soft, but serious.
    11. Here Come Da Judge (23% in)
  • He had been gripping the edge of the table with both hands as if to hold on to something tangible in the face of such an onslaught of ideas and images.
    14. Verbs and Other Freedoms (95% in)

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