from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the state of being inactive
- n. a disposition to remain inactive or inert
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My big issue is house prices - the root of much that is wrong, not least the inactiveness of the middle-classes in the face of outright treachery.
Newmania said ... the inactiveness of the middle-classes in the face of outright treachery.
The biggest enemy facing us as coloured people is 'self marginalisation' through our inactiveness in decision-making structures and not being involved in struggles to resolve people's concerns.
Mirsulzhan notices inactiveness of the Kyrgyz blogosphere, but uploads a photo of the Kyrgyzstan's State Flag on the Government's House with the muslims moon and star pictures in its flagpole (KYR).
In 1975 I became disillusioned with Marxism and became an anarchist (thanks to Kuwasi Balagoon) due to the inactiveness and ineffectiveness of Marxism in our communities along with repressive bureaucracy that comes with Marxism.
Somehow after 5 years of inactiveness, everything gathered momentum.
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