Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Incapable of being divided or separated; indivisible.
  • noun Something which cannot be divided.

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  • adjective not dividable

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  • adjective cannot be divided without leaving a remainder

Etymologies

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un- +‎ dividable

Examples

  • How awful is the deep unison of their undividable murmur; what a one thing it is -- it is a sound that impresses the dim notion of the Omnipresent!

    The Life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1838

  • They did not dare say all about the whole undividable affair and submit it to your verdict.

    Zola's Closing Argument in Defense of Dreyfus

  • In the charter referred to it is first so named, and is described as "The Guild or Fraternity of the most glorious and undividable Trinity of Saint Clement."

    The Floating Light of the Goodwin Sands

  • How awful is the deep unison of their undividable murmur; what a one thing it is -- it is a sound that impresses the dim notion of the Omnipresent!

    Biographia Epistolaris, Volume 1.

  • Bedchamber, to which undividable offices she had, with the additional ones of Mistress of the Robes and Keeper of the Privy

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • Bedchamber, to which undividable offices she had, with the additional ones of Mistress of the Robes and Keeper of the Privy

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1662 N.S.

  • Bedchamber, to which undividable offices she had, with the additional ones of Mistress of the Robes and Keeper of the Privy

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 17: July/August 1662

  • A separate warrant of the same day directs his lordship to admit the Countess of Suffolk as Groom of the Stole and first Lady of the Bedchamber, to which undividable offices she had, with the additional ones of Mistress of the Robes and Keeper of the Privy Purse, been nominated by a warrant dated April 2, 1662, wherein the reception of her oath is expressly deferred until the Queen's household shall be established.

    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Jul/Aug 1662

  • "That's why the tribunal should persist in overcoming those complications and challenges that constitute an undividable part of investigations in terrorist crimes and chasing the perpetrators," he noted.

    The Daily Star > Politics

  • If we do not unite as one people under God undividable by any means, we will all fall.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

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