immaterial

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  • How can an immaterial thing be located at some point or surface within the body? Cited from An Introduction to Philosophy, by George Stuart Fullerton
  • Yet a thing may be its own form, as appears in all immaterial things. Cited from Summa Theologica, Part I (Prima Pars), by Thomas Aquinas
  • It seemed to him just now immaterial whether he lived or died. Cited from The Prelude to Adventure, by Hugh Walpole
  • Before that it was immaterial to him what had become of his wife. Cited from Paul Kelver by Jerome K. Jerome
  • Besides, we should travel so short a way together, it would be very immaterial. Cited from Barford Abbey, by Susannah Minific Gunning
  • Perhaps he will get it right, perhaps he won't; it is quite immaterial. Cited from Second Thoughts of An Idle Fellow, by Jerome
  • Work is energy applied to the creation of either material or immaterial products. Cited from The Warriors, by Lindsay, Anna Robertson Brown
  • The body of the entire Church has decided that the soul is immaterial. Cited from Voltaire's Philosophical Dictionary, by Voltaire
  • How does an immaterial thing set a material thing in motion? Cited from An Introduction to Philosophy, by George Stuart Fullerton
  • Whether the enemy was destroyed or your own fleet damaged too was immaterial.
  • It seems to be a general expression for all the immaterial side of a human being. Cited from Hinduism and Buddhism, Vol I. (of 3), by Charles Eliot
  • If we say it was nature, do we mean by nature a physical force or an immaterial principle? Cited from The Breath of Life, by John Burroughs
  • In its early days the word could refer to the immaterial and material.
  • You were still better off than I was, but the difference was now immaterial. Cited from Colonel Thorndyke's Secret, by G. A. Henty
  • If in this world all things be matter, this is surely its most immaterial movement. Cited from The Life of the Bee, by Maurice Maeterlinck
  • Time is no object, so the length of the road is immaterial. Cited from A Journal of a Tour in the Congo Free State, by Marcus Dorman
  • It is immaterial whether the words are used against the official in an official or private capacity.
  • But whether this opinion be well founded or not is immaterial to the present question. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 12, No. 69, July, 1863, by Various
  • How can a material thing and an immaterial thing "come together" at a point or surface? Cited from An Introduction to Philosophy, by George Stuart Fullerton
  • Therefore other created immaterial substances can be understood by us through material things. Cited from Summa Theologica, Part I (Prima Pars), by Thomas Aquinas
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Words starting with immaterial

Meaning of immaterial

  • adjective Of no importance or relevance especially to a law case
    an objection that is immaterial after the fact
  • adjective Not consisting of matter
    immaterial apparitions, ghosts and other immaterial entities