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  • noun Plural form of immateriality.


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  • Contradictory facts are eliminated, until heart answers to heart across the welter of immaterialities.

    A Study of Poetry Bliss Perry 1907

  • The human soul can not be more efficiently described than by calling it the power of an endless life; and to it all these lower immaterialities, at work in matter, look up as mute prophets, testifying, by the magical sovereignty they wield in the processes and material transformations of growth, to the possible forces embodied in that highest, noblest form of life.

    Sermons for the New Life. 1802-1876 1876

  • Such is the seeming, and so I thought, my Lord, until on the mountain's highest peak, whence all concerns lie in view below, I opened my eyes and perceived the wrestling of tongues and fighting were not about God, but about forms, and immaterialities, more especially the

    The Prince of India — Volume 02 Lewis Wallace 1866


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