What is another word for tangibly?

Pronunciation: [tˈand͡ʒəbli] (IPA)

Tangibly is an adverb used to describe something that is measurable or perceptible through the senses. However, there are various synonyms for tangibly, such as concretely, physically, palpably, and visibly. Concretely is used to describe something that is solid, tangible, and real. It refers to something that can be seen, touched, or perceived by the senses. Physically refers to something that exists in the physical world and can be felt through the senses. Palpably is used to describe something that is evident and easily perceived. Visibly is used to describe something that is easily seen or observed, either physically or metaphorically. These synonyms provide a wide range of descriptions for tangible items and concepts.

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What are the hypernyms for Tangibly?

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What are the opposite words for tangibly?

Tangibly is an adverb that means perceptible by touch or able to be touched. Its antonyms include intangibly, ethereally, impalpably, immaterially, invisibly, imperceptibly, insensibly, abstractly, unrealistically, and imaginatively. Each of these words suggests the opposite of tangible - something that cannot be touched or physically experienced. For example, intangible refers to something that is not physical but rather abstract like an idea or emotion. Ethereally suggests something that is delicate and insubstantial. Insensibly denotes a lack of consciousness or awareness. No matter the antonym used, it highlights the absence of a physical or palpable form.

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Usage examples for Tangibly

That he stands out thus tangibly in 'Romola' it would be futile to assert: nevertheless, he is a noble, powerful study, although one has laboriously to gather into one's mind the somewhat mechanical descriptions which help to portray his individuality.
"George Eliot"
Mathilde Blind
He felt her beside him, almost tangibly.
"Space Viking"
Henry Beam Piper
In order to produce this feeling very distinctly and tangibly, I invented the following dramatic point: Elsa is led by Lohengrin up the steps on the minster; on the topmost step she looks downwards with timid apprehension; her eye involuntarily seeks Frederick, of whom she is still thinking; at that moment her glance falls on Ortrud, who stands below, and raises her hand in a threatening manner.
"Correspondence of Wagner and Liszt, Volume 1"
Francis Hueffer (translator)

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