His approach to modern life is just as uninflected as that of his Christian counterparts.
The Rubric, therefore, ordered that the Lessons should be said to uninflected song.
It was scarcely a question; Cloud's voice was level, uninflected.
Again Mrs. Bindle's hard, uninflected words sounded like the accents of destiny.
All other adjectives are uninflected in the singular: the termination in all cases of the pl.
But in this age of uninflected speech the louder the click of the type-machine the better the style.
In uninflected languages, like English and Chinese, there is nothing but the order of the words to distinguish their functions.
It is, as has been previously shown, uninflected in the genitive or possessive case.
It is as important to learn the right inflected forms of a word as to learn the uninflected word.
These are properly the only degrees, though the simple, uninflected form is usually called the positive degree.
early 15c., "to bend inward," from Latin inflectere (past participle inflexus) "to bend in, bow, curve," figuratively, "to change," from in- "in" (see in- (1)) + flectere "to bend" (see flexible). Grammatical sense is attested 1660s; pronunciation sense (in inflection) is c.1600. Related: Inflected; inflecting.