Touch, taste and smell

intangible
(adj)
in-TAN-ji-bǝl
Meaning

1. not able to be perceived by touch

1st Sample Sentence

1. For days after their quarrel, he felt as if an intangible, invisible wall were separating them.

2nd Meaning

2. vague

2nd Sample Sentence

2. During the days of the Swine Flu scare, an intangible but strong sense of paranoia filled the city.

Root

in (not)#tangere (to touch) (Latin)

Antonyms

corporeal, palpable, tangible

Mnemonics

in+tangible--- tangible means that can be touched, felt, intangible means the opposite can be understood as in+toungue+able -> when we put some food in the mouth (tongue) we can only feel the taste but cannot perceive it by touch.

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