Definitions

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  • n. The characteristic of being tangible.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state or character of being tangible; tangibility.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the quality of being perceivable by touch

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Examples

  • Everything is in form atmospheric, to be photographed for tangibleness to our crude senses.

    Cupology How to Be Entertaining

  • Let us, simply for tangibleness, put the thing as a concrete plan for the reader's consideration.

    Mankind in the Making

  • He felt with perfect tangibleness that breath of cold air which was blowing around him.

    The Argonauts

  • But when only one attribute, neither variable in degree nor in kind, is designated by the name; as visibleness; tangibleness; equality; squareness; milkwhiteness; then the name can hardly be considered general; for though it denotes an attribute of many different objects, the attribute itself is always conceived as one, not many.

    A System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive (Vol. 1 of 2)

  • I love the tangibleness of printed material, the presentation of the designs, the longevity of the output, and, in terms of academic publications, the seriousness of printed material.

    Inside Higher Ed

  • "invisible companions," it seems much more appropriate to image their souls as clothed, like the souls of plants, trees, grass, planets, animals and men, in some tangibleness of physical form, than in nothing but the insubstantial stuff of air or wind or vapour, or "spirit."

    The Complex Vision

  • Let us, simply for tangibleness, put the thing as a concrete plan for the reader’s consideration.

    Mankind in the Making

  • But when only one attribute, neither variable in degree nor in kind, is designated by the name; as visibleness; tangibleness; equality; squareness; milk-whiteness; then the name can hardly be considered general; for though it denotes an attribute of many different objects, the attribute itself is always conceived as one, not many. (

    A System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive

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