Sorry, no definitions found.
“His communicator sputtered something unintelli-gible.”
“The other players had been quietly spoken and beautifully dressed, and the air of power round the table had been almost tan gible, and definitely menacing.”
“So today, in the Tourney, art had to be intelli - gible to both the experts and the average man, and esthetic to both.”
“It was a concentrated glare, an almost tan - gible aura of hate; every time Snack glanced up he encountered that implacable force.”
“These difficulties and a host of difficulties like them make it doubtful whether the discourse used to spell out the reference range of “God” is sufficiently intelli - gible to make such God-talk coherent.”
“And Bossuet de - clares: “Those propositions which are clear and intelli - gible by themselves are called axioms or first princi - ples” (Connaissance de Dieu I, 13).”
“All these things and people were no longer remote and negli - gible; they had to be met, they were lined up against her, they were there to take something from her.”
“To his daughter it was unintelli - gible, and he did not enlighten her.”
“The first factor is that many senior and those who used the service regularly, but had never pur - executives have finance or operations backgrounds, quantitative chased bank products online. fields from which marketing's highly creative and somewhat intan - Accenture's marketing accelerator platform - a prebuilt infra - gible contributions appear to be more like art than science.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘gible’.
Looking for tweets for gible.