intangible


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Synonyms for intangible

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Synonyms for intangible

assets that are saleable though not material or physical

(of especially business assets) not having physical substance or intrinsic productive value

incapable of being perceived by the senses especially the sense of touch

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hard to pin down or identify

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lacking substance or reality

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The true harvest of my daily life is somewhat as intangible and indescribable as the tints of morning or evening.
Because, so long as the evidence against him was vague and intangible, it was very hard to disprove.
Of course Bocklin strains, because he wants something--beauty and all the other intangible gifts that are floating about the world.
The evil was of a deeper, subtler sort; so elusive, so intangible, as to defy clear, definite analysis in words.
There was something ominous about it, and in intangible ways one was made to feel that the worst was about to come.
I am unable to shake off these dark intangible presentiments of evil--if feelings founded upon staring facts are to be so called.
Tom was not given to inquire subtly into his own motives any more than into other matters of an intangible kind; he was quite sure that his own motives as well as actions were good, else he would have had nothing to do with them.
Your camp's good reputation is another example of an intangible asset.
In remarks to a Federal Reserve Bank of New York conference on statistical needs in the 21st century, Baruch Lev suggests that between one-half and two-thirds of the total market value of publicly held corporations may reflect the value of intangible assets--the concepts, ideas, research results, development projects, knowledge bases, and working methods that drive results in an information-based economy.
Those acquired in a merger have to be identified, accounted for and carried on the balance sheet as intangible assets.
Evolving Accounting Practices for Intangible Assets.
Ninety-four percent of Microsoft's value was intangible assets that accountants find hard to measure with a number.
Concluding months of redeliberations on all the substantive issues raised by constituents in connection with its 1999 proposal on Business Combinations and Intangible Assets, the Financial Accounting Standards Board unanimously supported the issuance of final statements on business combinations and on goodwill and intangible assets.
DRAINED OF "POOLING OF INTERESTS" ACCOUNTING, COMPANIES MAKING ACQUISITIONS MUST VALUE INTANGIBLE ASSETS.
The analysis and appraisal of intangible assets is becoming a progressively more common component of the corporate bankruptcy and reorganization process.