from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In an indissoluble manner; in a manner that is unable to be dissolved.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an indissoluble manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an indissoluble manner; so as not to be dissolved, sundered, or broken.
He alone of men not English-born has added fascination to English shrines, and given them that new light that the poet brings; and he has linked his name indissolubly for all English-reading people with the Alhambra and Granada.
It is true that, in making France great, he became great with her, and attached his name indissolubly to her grandeur.
She did not, indeed, altogether quit her station and follow a course peculiar to the male sex; but she did once seize the oar and launch fearlessly upon the raging sea, and perform a deed which strong and daring men might have been proud of -- which drew forth the wondering admiration of her country, and has rendered her name indissolubly connected with the annals of heroic daring in the saving of human life from vessels wrecked upon our rock-bound shores.
In the middle of this century rises a brilliant name indissolubly connected with all the great events of her time.
Though here, if anywhere, the style is the man, yet it is noticeable only, like the images of Brutus, by its absence, so thoroughly is he absorbed in his work, while he fuses thought and word indissolubly together, till all the particles cohere by the best virtue of each.
He used the last of his chloroform and achieved the bone-graft — living bone to living bone, living man and living rabbit immovable and indissolubly bandaged and bound together, their mutual processes uniting and reconstructing a perfect arm.
Economic and social performance designed to create a better stakeholder capitalism are indissolubly linked in a virtuous circle, an argument I made both in The State We're In and in Them and Us.
But if Borges, who was buried in Geneva, is the more obviously European of the two men, in terms of stylistic propriety and range of literary reference, his fiction is indissolubly tethered to the avenues and plazas of Buenos Aires.
Songs and dialogue are woven together indissolubly, and each scene is played not for laughs but for truth which means that the laughter comes from the heart.
"You could see the two sisters had passed through some unequivocal experience, which, though it might not interest others, had formed and indissolubly bound them."
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