inanimate

[ in-an-uh-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF inanimate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INANIMATE

He glanced gravely at me and at the white, inanimate face of Cross.

The fakir was in the bag into which he had been put, cold and inanimate.

All this is equally applicable to the materials of inanimate nature.

Out of the inanimate rocks had sprung the marine plants—the seaweeds.

He was just wood, inanimate and insensible, and there was still no sign.

The objects he beheld, inanimate and otherwise, had specific new meanings for him.

The horses and the inanimate 34 form within were like blocks of wood.

In a moment the Padre was at his side with his inanimate burden.

Mrs Fyne confessed to me that they had remained all three silent and inanimate.

It was only the inanimate surroundings that remained what they had always been.

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