How to use Impalpable in a sentence as a adjective

“The Poets, after the Saints, seem to me to be closer to God because, in a certain sense, they spiritualize matter, they lighten it, rendering it ethereal, impalpable. “Poetry is the crown of life, impalpableliness is the crown of heaven. The poet is more than man, but the Saint is more than the poet. But at one time the Poet was also a Saint when he was not singing of the world, but of God, when he contemplated the world according to God, when he thought while singing, and sang while thinking.”

Impalpable definitions


imperceptible to the senses or the mind


not perceptible to the touch


incapable of being perceived by the senses especially the sense of touch

See also: intangible