Intangibility

Intangibility,

Definition of Intangibility:

  1. Fundamental characteristic of services referring to the fact that a service (since it lacks physical existence or form) cannot be seen, smelled, tasted, touched, or stored.

Synonyms of Intangibility

Airiness, Bodilessness, Ethereality, Evanescence, Flimsiness, Ghostliness, Immateriality, Immaterialness, Impalpability, Imperceptibility, Imponderability, Incorporeality, Incorporeity, Inextension, Insubstantiality, Invisibility, Mistiness, Nonexteriority, Occult phenomena, Occultism, Otherworldliness, Psychical research, Psychicism, Psychics, Psychism, Shadowiness, Spirit world, Spirituality, Spirituousness, Subtility, Subtlety, Supernaturalism, Tenuity, Tenuousness, The occult, Unconcreteness, Unearthliness, Unreality, Unsolidity, Unsubstantiality, Unsubstantialness, Unworldliness, Vagueness

How to use Intangibility in a sentence?

  1. The intangibility of their firm was what I meant because they had such amazing qualities that we could not even name.
  2. A knowledgeable workforce is an extremely valuable asset and can shape the success of corporations, yet it exudes intangibility because it cannot be adequately measured, stored, sold, or traded.
  3. There was an intangibility to having such a large share of the airline market where we knew demand was certain to increase.

Meaning of Intangibility & Intangibility Definition