inanimate

[adj] - (linguistics) belonging to the class of nouns denoting nonliving things 2. [adj] - not endowed with life
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Inanimate

In·an'i·mate transitive verb [ Prefix in- in (or intensively) + animate .] To animate. [ Obsolete] Donne.
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inanimate

non-living adjective not endowed with life; `the inorganic world is inanimate`; `inanimate objects`; `dead stones`
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inanimate

(in-an´ĭ-mәt) without life. lacking in animation.
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inanimate

Type: Term Pronunciation: in-an′i-māt Definitions: 1. Not alive.
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inanimate

belonging to the class of nouns denoting nonliving things
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