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- adj. Not visualizable; that cannot be visualized.
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Citizens who understood the value of contributing to good schools, clean streets, and adequate fire, social, and police services, now see taxes as going to the large numbers of "others" who exist, unvisualizable as fully human, beyond the community's doors.
The American economy, and those tied into it, are already in significant trouble with the massive accumulated debt of "an unvisualizable, indeed unimaginable, $37 trillion, which is nearly four times Uncle Sam's GDP [emphasis added]"  It is also inconceivable that such a debt supported economy, faced with growing international competition, will be able to survive much longer.
Myers's argument in the Manifesto is that contemporary "literary" prose forces you to stand at an admiring distance, since closer inspection would reveal unvisualizable images, faulty metaphors, misappropriated words and grammatically incoherent sentences.
a hitherto unknown, strangely unvisualizable feature of indivisibility in all atomic processes and therefore also behind all usual physical events, without which everything in the world would be in flux.