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impalpably


  • r  not substantially; lacking substantial expression or fullness

  • Sympathetic, troubled, alarmed, the geisha girls of Hayama sensed the ghostly presence of the Emperor's imperial ancestors who gathered at his bedside and impalpably permeated .
  • The agony is laid on deftly, sometimes almost impalpably.

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