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- adj. That does not change according to gender, number, tense etc.
- adj. That has no (or few) words that change in this way.
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It will be found that genealogical classification and typological taxonomy can intersect, and besides it will be clear not only that the “inflected” sort of some of the better known and older Indo-European languages is not typologically unique, and also that the noninflected types one might almost say, to the naked eye are as different from one another as they are from what seemed the acme of human perfection to Schlegel.
In keeping with the theme, in film editing terms, by placing a noninflected shot "A" (a shot without embellishment, that can stand on its own accord) in immediate juxtaposition with another noninflected shot "B" you should end up with another concept altogether that is not readily apparent and is the sum of these ideas in the mind's eye.
"explained" the Internet he did it with the noninflected confidence of a cranky old know-it-all.