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intangible, impalpable, indefinable, indescribable, vague, obscure, unclear, indistinctView synonyms
- ‘With these two compositions, the mood appears to change once again as vocal samples become almost totally inexistent and soundscapes become more overtly electronic.’
- ‘Most of these deaths occur in the Hindu Heartland and are almost inexistent in non-Hindu communities.’
- ‘Was he thinking that her guilt was about lamenting her inexistent parents?’
- ‘It had had been eating me away since that day and I tried to push it away, reminding myself that James Richemont was inexistent and dead.’
- ‘He had become inexistent in his own mind, crushed to nothingness, and he did not feel like getting back to his feet, did not feel like picking up the pieces.’
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