- Latin inseparatus. See in- not, and separate. (Wiktionary)
“And every law, properly so called, proceeds on these suppositions of obedience or disobedience, whence its commanding and punishing power are inseparate from its nature.”
“Our material forms might be severed, but our spirits were one and inseparate.”
“Point of Light, the centre of a future universe, a Unit, in whom all exists inseparate; the matter which is to form the universe, the field of His work, is marked out by the backward and forward vibration of the”
“And Ishmael grew to feel that he belonged to his liege lady; that they were forever inseparate and inseparable.”
“Where they are abundant undecomposed pyrities will be found in masses adhering to portions of petrified wood or inseparate concretions in the marl.”
“Orth. iii, 27: Although He died as man, and His holy soul was separated from His unstained body, yet His Godhead remained inseparate from either body or soul.”
“Note how “terrorism” and “Iraq” are not only inseparate categories, they’re registering different numbers.”
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