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Perhaps all the elements may be the outcome of an inorganic evolution.

The thigh-bone, of all the bones, contains most inorganic matter.

Natural phenomena, the forces of the organic and inorganic worlds.

The natural world is to the Spiritual as the inorganic to the organic.

The plant is made of materials which have once been inorganic.

It is another case of the inorganic, so to speak, passing into the organic.

He wants an answer in terms of chemistry, are they organic or inorganic?

It is the distinction between the Organic and the Inorganic.

So far as beauty goes the organic world and the inorganic are one.

It does not belong to the Inorganic Kingdom, because it lives.

WORD ORIGIN

1794, "without organized organic structure," from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + organic. Sense of "not arriving by natural growth" recorded from 1862.

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