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  1. the quality of not being physical; not consisting of matter
  2. complete irrelevance requiring no further consideration
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How To Use immateriality In A Sentence

  • ‘The immateriality of electronic texts is unsettling, a turn-off.’
  • Once again matter has disappeared, this time giving way to the immateriality of communication, where everything is discourse and discourse is everything.
  • The figure, in dark pants and red blazer, is flecked with strokes of blue paint that match the deep background of the canvas, suggesting his immateriality and the imagined space of the composition.
  • You misconstrue the significance of McCaulife and the ultimate immateriality of what folks like Herbert write. McAuliffe Hosting Unity Event For Obama
  • As immateriality culture legacy bashan folk song should be passed and developed in the new times.
  • In another place he says, "We must necessarily conclude from this alone, that because I exist, and have the idea of immateriality, that is to say, of a most perfect being, the existence is therefore most evidently demonstrated. The System of Nature, Volume 2
  • The human soul is no exception - its "immateriality" is not absolute, but only relative, in the sense that in it the region of clear representation is so much greater than the region of obscure representation that the latter is practically a negligible quantity. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • ‘The paintings are constantly changing in different light conditions, effecting a fluctuation between materiality and immateriality,’ she adds.
  • His observations would not have the poignancy they do, there would not be the tragedy or pathos he leaves as a ghost after his poem if the assumptions of materialism were not juxtaposed with his intuitions of immateriality. The Poet Thomas Hardy « Unknowing
  • The artist's touch is rendered as something palpable that intrudes on the immateriality of the photographic representation, to which the finger points - from inside the representation, as it were.
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