Definition of impalpable
- the impalpable aura of power that emanated from him
- —Osbert Sitwell
- rock worn to an impalpable powder
- impalpable evils
the rich colors used in the wall coverings and furniture give the room an impalpable warmth
any difference between the two sound systems is impalpable to all but the most discerning audiophiles
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an inn where caravans rest at night
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