Examples of usage:

  1. Fifty years later he recalled the memories of these early days when his delight had something insubstantial, magical in it, and the vision was half perceived with the eye and half projected from within:- How many a year my Asolo, Since- one step just from sea to land- I found you, loved yet feared you so- For natural objects seemed to stand Palpably fire- clothed! "Robert Browning" by Edward Dowden
  2. She had been thinking so hard of Mrs. Peyton that the lady's silvery insubstantial presence seemed hardly more than a projection of the thought; but as Kate collected herself, and regained contact with the outer world, her preoccupation yielded to surprise. "Sanctuary" by Edith Wharton
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