Im*pal"pa*ble (?), a. [Pref. im- not + palpable: cf. F. impalpable.]

1.

Not palpable; that cannot be felt; extremely fine, so that no grit can be perceived by touch.

"Impalpable powder."

Boyle.

2.

Not material; intangible; incorporeal.

"Impalpable, void, and bodiless."

Holland.

3.

Not apprehensible, or readily apprehensible, by the mind; unreal; as, impalpable distinctions.

 

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