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[ UK /ɪnsˈɛpəɹəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˌɪnˈsɛpɝəbəɫ/ ]
  1. not capable of being separated
    inseparable pieces of rock
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How To Use inseparable In A Sentence

  • Europe was last united in neolithic times, before the inseparable meshwork of land, people, community and trade separated into hierarchy, nations and cities.
  • Kij: Nice to see Dream-Quest receive such prominence with that fantastic Gervasio Gallardo cover, inseparable from the contents thanks to childhood associations very similar to yours. MIND MELD: Books That Hold Special Places in Our Hearts and On Our Shelves
  • In fact, the history of the Church demonstrates that praxis is not only inseparable from, but actually flows out of didache or teaching. Archive 2008-07-13
  • The fragrance evoked an aroma of fruits and flowers so ripe, they are starting to decay, reminding us of Thanatos, which is forever inseparable from Eros. Archive 2007-07-01
  • But he has spent decades implanting the idea that he is an icon of his people and the two are inseparable.
  • This realism remains inseparable from humanism, from a persistently innocent representation.
  • Miriam follows her even after she covers herself in gas and stalks away, and after that they are inseparable, Miriam having promised herself that she will never leave Eunice.
  • That the two were now inseparable? The Crossing-Place
  • The pair were inseparable from birth and often used to play tricks on their various sets of foster parents who could never tell them apart.
  • The two are so entwined they are virtually inseparable. The Sun
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