The Collaborative International Dictionary
Invisibility \In*vis`i*bil"i*ty\, n.; pl. Invisibilities. [L.
invisibilitas: cf. F. invisibilit['e].]
The state or quality of being invisible; also, that which is
invisible. ``Atoms and invisibilities.''
Usage examples of "invisibilities".
He went along to his truck and brought out the flexible stick, with mirror attached, that could be angled to reveal invisibilities round corners, and also the low platform on castors, on which he lay on his back to slide under the boxes for quick underguts inspections.
Physics was the science of all the tremendously powerful invisibilities - of magnetism, electricity, gravity, light, sound, cosmic rays.
In the middle of the night, the most innocent of sounds could scramble him from bed and send him on a search of the apartment, flinching from harmless shadows and twitching at looming invisibilities that he imagined he saw at the edges of his vision.