use palpability in a sentence.
Both Delusion and "Lighthouse" take place in the dark - a factor in their process of enchantment as obvious as it is necessary, but indicative of the palpability and immediacy involved in the experience (s) they convey.
I say, wrapping my arms tight around him, rediscovering the palpability of passion.
For some reason, some magical reason, in this bath of lucidity, flesh itself took on an almost alchemical palpability.
I prefer its old name, Armstice Day, not because veterans don't deserve their own day (they do) but because detaching the day from its original context — November 11, 1918 — diminishes the palpability of that crucial moment in history.
I suppose the lasting value of this proposal is not its policy value, but its political palpability, whereby instead of developing an burdensome and intrusive new regulatory market it allows for individual choice and limited government intervention.