Libra Born under the only inanimate sign symbol—the Scales—you can be said to quell your very human emotions.
And Lara Stone's baby will not be named after a fruit or some other inanimate object.
Firearms, after all, are inanimate objects, incapable of inflicting harm on their own initiative.
She has been reduced to porter, to Sherpa, to something even less–some inanimate bit of set decoration.
Pedophilia is an addiction feeding not on inanimate things but on the most vulnerable human bodies and personalities.
Nothing can be inanimate, which is sweetheart and child in one.
It was hard to think of it as an inanimate thing, once having seen it in the air.
inanimate objects are no calmer than passions and cares now seem to be, all laid asleep.
I am caught in a tangle and I remain suspended and inanimate, in the depth of a nightmare.
We had not long to wait before the elephant fell over on its side and lay an inanimate mass.
inanimate in·an·i·mate (ĭn-ān'ə-mĭt)
Not having the qualities associated with active, living organisms; not animate.