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Mental soundness is merged in unsoundness by degrees of decadence which are so small as to be practically inappreciable.
At this moment a far-off noise was heard—slight, and almost inappreciable at first, but which approached rapidly.
Taking, then, an agitating last view of a locket which circumstances had rendered inappreciable to her, 'Ah!
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
Yet to divide his whole income among all his employees might give only an inappreciable increase to each.
The amount of these poisons necessary to produce their specific effects, may be inappreciable.
Some people add a little sat ammoniac to the chloride of zinc, but the improvement thus made is practically inappreciable.
ON LABORATORY ARTSRICHARD THRELFALL
Care is usually taken that sluices should only be closed gradually and then the effect is inappreciable.
The influence of Hume, silent and inappreciable to the multitude, has been of the utmost importance to the nation.
ANCIENT AND MODERN CELEBRATED FREETHINKERSCHARLES BRADLAUGH, A. COLLINS, AND J. WATTS
With care inappreciable and invaluable fidelity has the editing throughout been done.
WILLIAM BLAKEALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE
Larry had been justified in his belief in it, but for such as Mrs. Dixon, its appeal was inappreciable.
MOUNT MUSICE. OE. SOMERVILLE AND MARTIN ROSS
SYNONYM OF THE DAYAPRIL 23, 2021

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