Inanimate [adjective]

Definition of Inanimate:

not alive, not organic

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Sentence/Example of Inanimate:

That perspective considers all forms of matter, both animate and inanimate.

While inanimate matter doesn’t evolve like animate matter, inanimate matter does behave.

And then the whole meaning—or the lack of meaning—of their inanimate lives was revealed to him.

As the Mother of Sorrows she will weep over His inanimate body taken down from the cross.

Imagine his agony at the sight of his mother,—pale, inanimate, and from time to time writhing under a convulsive chill.

How a human touch colors the inanimate world with the communicated warmth of its enchantment!

The homelessness of men, and even of inanimate vessels, cast away upon strange shores, came strongly in upon my mind.

He did not see his old mother, who had fallen back almost inanimate upon a bench.

Many objects in the inanimate creation, according to these tales, were originally men and women.

The lime in the skull is now as inanimate as that of the statue; neither object is responsible for its form, neither is unclean.