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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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.
I, too, was busy, trying to reason out how he was aware of the existence of so intangible a thing as a shadow.
Whether from commiseration for a woman of so miserable a destiny; or from the morbid curiosity that gives a fictitious value even to common or worthless things; or by whatever other intangible circumstance was then, as now, sufficient to bestow, on some persons, what others might seek in vain; or because Hester really filled a gap which must otherwise have remained vacant; it is certain that she had ready and fairly equited employment for as many hours as she saw fit to occupy with her needle.
It was curious to see a good strong shadow of an earthly object cast upon so intangible a field as the atmosphere.
Another nuisance was the atmosphere of Royalism, of Legitimacy, that pervaded the room, thin as air, intangible, as though no Legitimist of flesh and blood had ever existed to the man's mind except perhaps myself.
The enemy ceased firing, and that stern, threatening, inaccessible, and intangible line which separates two hostile armies was all the more clearly felt.
They say that none of us exists, except in the imagination of his fellows, other than as an intangible, invisible mentality.
Puzzled, troubled eyes they were, for all their gray and savage glint, for their owner was struggling with an intangible suggestion of the familiarity of the face and figure of the woman below him.
Many precautions by the white-gods had Jerry been aware of, and so, sensing it almost in intangible ways, as a matter of course he accepted this barbed-wire fence on the floating world as a mark of the persistence of danger.
This book covers a wide variety of subject matter pertaining to the nature of intangible assets, and management strategies for intangible assets toward their preservation and enhancement.
Research has highlighted the important role played by intangible capital, such as the knowledge embodied in the workforce, business plans and practices, and brand names.
But have we talked about the existence of intangible heritage?
The next annual meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage will take place from 26 November to 1st December 2018 in Port-Louis (Republic of Mauritius).