Impalpability refers to the quality of not being able to be touched or felt. Some antonyms for this word are palpable, tangible, perceptible, and concrete. Palpable suggests something that can be touched or felt with the hands, while tangible refers to something that is real and can be perceived. Perceptible means that something can be detected by the senses, and concrete implies a physical, material substance. These antonyms reflect a sense of concreteness and tangibility that stands in contrast to the abstract and intangible nature of impalpability.
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- deserted, empty, imprecise.