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  • adj. Obsolete form of inseparable.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Inseparable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Inseparable.

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Examples

  • For though your direction seem to be certain and free by pointing you to a nature that is unseparable from the nature you inquire upon, yet if it do not carry you on a degree or remove nearer to action, operation, or light to make or produce, it is but superficial and counterfeit.

    Valerius Terminus: of the interpretation of Nature

  • Death will find some ways to untie or cut the most gordian knots of life, and make men's miseries as mortal as themselves: whereas evil spirits, as undying substances, are unseparable from their calamities; and, therefore, they everlastingly struggle under their angustias, and, bound up with immortality, can never get out of themselves. '

    Wilfrid Cumbermede

  • Through the union of man and woman, we enter into a spiritual union that is unseparable.

    The Nation: Top Stories

  • Death will find Tome ways to untie or cut the most gordian knots of life, and make men’s miseries as mortal as themselves: whereas evil spirits, as undying substances, are unseparable from their calamities; and, therefore, they everlastingly struggle under their anguftias, [135] and bound up with immortality can never get out of themselves.

    Christian Morals

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