inertness

[ in-urt, ih-nurt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inertness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INERTNESS

Yet simultaneously he derided himself for the inertness of his imagination.

For, the great enemy of knowledge is not error, but inertness.

It mattered little to her that inertness really was the reason for that peace.

It shows that the trouble lies in the inertness of established habit.

The inertness of the young Sultan was not from want of will or zeal.

It is a fair type of the inertness of the people of that region at the time.

Three sisters of ill repute: inertness, grudging, closefistedness.

I exclaimed, startled for the moment out of the inertness that paralyzed my brain.

And the reaction and fatigue together stunned him into inertness.

But after a few days he became uneasy at his brother's inertness of mind and body.

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