Example sentences for: intangibles

How can you use “intangibles” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Participants raised questions about the gaps in reporting of intangibles.

  • The site does not try to measure intangibles like integrity, experience, passion, and electability that do--and should--matter to voters.

  • Of course, most if not all of New York's deficit in goods trade is made up for by exports (to mainland America and the world at large) of intangibles such as financial services and tickets to see Cats ; and the city also has a disproportionate number of wealthy residents, who receive lots of income from the property they own elsewhere.

  • If elected, Bradley might even use (unlike Clinton) the bully pulpit to remind us of the critical importance of those intangibles in creating responsible and compassionate adult citizens.

  • This is a short-term world in which people are constantly changing jobs, dealing in intangibles of information and connections rather than making solid things, a world in which the craftsman who nurtures a skill over his lifetime is out of place.


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