Definition of tangibleness in English:

tangibleness

noun

See tangible

  • ‘Others, however, argue that the tangibleness of paper documents yields certain benefits that will never disappear.’
  • ‘This research selects three service areas for which transaction costs are likely to be significant, based on the tangibleness of service outputs and the complexity of service products.’
  • ‘The solidity and tangibleness of the material world about us is an illusion.’
  • ‘The beauty of not only every infinitesimal detail around me, but also the tangibleness of the hillsides that surrounded us, gave me a tremendous hopefulness.’
  • ‘I'm just very grounded in logic, plausibility and tangibleness and atheism fits that bill well.’