inactive[ in-ak-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF inactive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INACTIVE
Others, who demanded revenge, found an aliment for their inactive forces.
For the remaining part of the year 1811 both armies were inactive.
If the imagination intoxicates the poet, it is not inactive in other men.
It is well for us that they will now be forced to be inactive.
Washington lay for a while inactive while the enemy prepared for their departure.
Consciousness is an inactive spectator for the procession of the contents.
But it could be readily believed that his restless mind was not inactive.
We should have to encounter there only a weak, inactive, and unenterprising people.
Where there is love, there must be communication, because love can never be passive and inactive.
Is quiet and inactive, lacks self-confidence, and plays little.