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Imponʹderables (Latin, things without weight)

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Heat, light, electricity, and magnetism were, it was at one time supposed, the phenomena of imponderable substances; that of heat was called caloric. This theory is now exploded, but the hypothetical ether is without appreciable weight.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Imogen
Imogine
Imp (Anglo-Saxon)
Imp of Darkness (An)
Impanation
Impannata
Impar Congressus Achilli
Imperial (An)
Imperium in Imperio
Impertinence
Imponderables (Latin, things without weight)
Imposition
Imposition of Hands
Impossibilities
Impropriation
Impropriator
Improve the Occasion (To)
Improvisators
Improvisatrix or Improvisatrice
In Cæna Domini
In Commendam (Latin)

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