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abstract formulated in the mind or in thought and not necessarily connected with what is real, proven, or tangible. [1/13 definitions]
concrete existing as something solid or tangible; actual; real. [2/10 definitions]
concretion something that is or becomes real, specific, solid, or tangible. [1/3 definitions]
concretize to make tangible or definite; give concrete form to.
corporeal tangible; material; palpable. [1/2 definitions]
embody to visibly represent or personify; give tangible form to. [1/3 definitions]
intangible incapable of being sensed by touch; not tangible. [1/3 definitions]
material of or pertaining to the physical or tangible. [1/6 definitions]
object anything that exists in tangible form and can be seen or touched. [1/7 definitions]
objective having reality or tangible existence independent of the observer. [1/7 definitions]
objectivism the idea that all reality exists outside the mind in the tangible world perceived by the senses. [1/2 definitions]
objectivity external or tangible reality. [1/3 definitions]
otherworldly preoccupied with or devoted to such a world, or to the world of the mind, rather than the tangible world. [1/2 definitions]
tactile capable of being perceived through touch; tangible. [1/2 definitions]