inactivity[ in-ak-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF inactivity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INACTIVITY
Then, after a few moments, inactivity would bring him panic.
The days that followed were days of weary waiting and inactivity.
Inversely, inactivity weakens the effect of irritations which correspond to it.
For in us inactivity is the child of cowardice, and carelessness of inactivity and indolence.
The marvel of it was how he had developed this quality of defense in inactivity.
And so hour after hour passed of inactivity at this most critical juncture.
The inactivity of our present life weighed also heavily upon me.
Grantline, stricken for that moment of inactivity, stood gazing.
The inactivity of our troops had long become a by-word among us.
The thought that a German prison awaited him roused Ralph from his inactivity.