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Impermeableness refers to the state or quality of being impermeable, which means the inability to allow the passage of a substance through its surface or material. It indicates the resistance to permeation or penetration.
Example 1 (Noun - General Sense):
The impermeableness of the fabric made it perfect for creating raincoats.
Example 2 (Noun - Local Sense):
The impermeableness of the soil in this region prevents proper drainage, leading to the formation of stagnant water.
Example 3 (Adjective - Popular Sense):
The impermeableness of the waterproof case ensured that my phone stayed dry even in heavy rain.
Example 4 (Adjective - Local Sense):
The impermeableness of the skin in amphibians allows them to thrive both in water and on land.
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