[in-sep-er-uh-buh l, -sep-ruh-]
- incapable of being separated, parted, or disjoined: inseparable companions.
- inseparable objects, qualities, etc.
- inseparable companions or friends.
Origin of inseparable
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Examples from the Web for inseparability
Whence arises the inseparability of the ideas of body and extension?Fundamental Philosophy, Vol. I (of 2)
Jaime Luciano Balmes
We have already spoken as to the inseparability of attributes; we now speak as to that of matter.Aristotle
I do not either mean to postulate the inseparability of body and soul.The Hearts of Men
And in their inseparability they safeguard the great fundamental principles of authority and order.
They are three sisters, as such always inseparable, and in their inseparability alone are Graces.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
Edited by Rev. James Wood
- incapable of being separated or divided
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Word Origin and History for inseparability
1620s, from Late Latin inseparabilitas, from Latin inseparabilis (see inseparable).
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