indivisible

[ in-duh-viz-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF indivisible
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Or, how could the Creator have taken portions of an indivisible same?

Why does Boswell yet wear the crown of indivisible supremacy in biography?

For our cause is one and indivisible, and a success of one of the Allies is a success of all.

In the name of the Republic, one and indivisible, an order of council.

The first is extended, can be measured and divided; the second is indivisible.

The two are identical: they are indivisible: they are not two, but one.

Unity means that there is nothing like him and that he is indivisible.

These Three are inseparable, indivisible, three aspects of One.

The real whole might well be, we conceive, an indivisible continuity.

But I hold with Plato that true love is single, indivisible, unalterable.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INDIVISIBLE

individual

adjectivedistinctive, exclusive
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