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1‘the moonlight made things seem intangible’
impalpable, untouchable, imperceptible to the touch, non-physical, bodiless, incorporeal, unembodied, disembodied, abstract, invisible
ethereal, insubstantial, airy, aerial
spiritual, ghostly, spectral, phantom, wraithlike, transcendental, unearthly, supernatural
rare immaterial, unbodied, discarnate, disincarnate, phantasmal, phantasmic
2‘an intangible atmosphere of dread and doom’
indefinable, indescribable, inexpressible, nameless
vague, obscure, unclear, hazy, dim, mysterious
indefinite, unanalysable, subtle, elusive, fugitive
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