- not divisible; not separable into parts; incapable of being divided: one nation indivisible.
- something indivisible.
Origin of indivisible
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Examples from the Web for indivisibility
The simplicity of the punct arises from its indivisibility by a moment.The Concept of Nature
Alfred North Whitehead
To these sacrilegious schemes the French patriots opposed the dogma of Rousseau—the indivisibility of the general will.William Pitt and the Great War
John Holland Rose
Such arguments as the indivisibility of the soul and its persistence can at most indicate the possibility of immortality.
One particular dictum which the Roumanians ought to cast aside is that which insists upon the indivisibility of the Banat.The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 2
The Duke of Orleans advocated the concentration of power and the indivisibility of France.Louis Philippe
John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott
- unable to be divided
- maths leaving a remainder when divided by a given number8 is indivisible by 3
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Word Origin and History for indivisibility
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