Inactive [adjective]

Definition of Inactive:

not engaged in action; inert, lazy

Opposite/Antonyms of Inactive:

Sentence/Example of Inactive:

Brown returns to the Buccaneers’ lineup after being inactive for the NFC championship game because of a knee injury.

Those accounts are moved to “inactive status” if the customer does not respond after 30 days, Martin said.

Pederson also sparked a tanking controversy in the regular season finale when he sat down Hurts late in a close game and went with third-string quarterback Nate Sudfeld, with Wentz on the game-day inactive list.

Her spokeswoman, Sami Gallegos, said Gonzalez intentionally went inactive for a period before that when she led the local labor council to avoid the impression that she was a legal representative for any individual union.

By this point the domain had been inactive for two months already and nothing had catastrophically broken.

None was included on the game-day inactive list released by the Ravens.

Cornerback Marcus Peters in on the Ravens’ game-day inactive list.

Early in the season, Rivera not only took away Haskins’s starting job but made him inactive behind Kyle Allen and Smith.

Saints defensive end Trey Hendrickson is on the game-day inactive list because of a neck injury.

In addition, to extend battery life you can reduce screen brightness, update only when your Chromebook is plugged in, remember to close out tabs and applications when not in use, and lock the screen when inactive.