inertia

[ in-ur-shuh, ih-nur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inertia

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The inertia of the meteor has persisted, not as energy, but as a factor of energy.

For that sort of inertia in woman is always enigmatic and therefore menacing.

At the same time he overcame part of your inertia, for he made you move a little.

That was because if there were no inertia there would be no centrifugal force.

The inertia of the stricken beings on the platform was broken by his move.

Girls, too, had won obscurity by inertia or had swung into fame.

All their efforts at gaiety were impeded by the inertia of fear.

The varieties of this lack of power and inertia are familiar to every physician.

At last, after heaving at himself, for he seemed to be a mass of inertia, he got up.

He found that the force of inertia had troubled wiser men than he.

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