Origin of indivisible
OTHER WORDS FROM indivisiblein·di·vis·i·bil·i·ty, in·di·vis·i·ble·ness, nounin·di·vis·i·bly, adverb
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How to use indivisible in a sentence
The more The Republic of The People will stand indivisible and resolute.In Exclusive Jailhouse Letter, Capitol Riot Defendant Explains Motives, Remains Boastful|by Joshua Kaplan and Joaquin Sapien|May 11, 2021|ProPublica
I never hear a Democrat talk about these goods, which are, in the literal sense, indivisible—for us all.The Democrats’ Black Hole—and What They Can Do About It|Michael Tomasky|December 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You remind us that men and women have imperfection in common, and are indivisible.
The one and indivisible capital of Israel has not been this bitterly divided since 1967.
For me at least, the singer and the songs on Blonde on Blonde and Highway 61 Revisited are indivisible.
What I really think True Detective is about, on some indivisible level, is the power of storytelling.‘True Detective’s’ Godless Universe: Is the HBO Show Anti-Christian?|Andrew Romano|March 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The entire universe is made up of indivisible bodies having no magnitude.
Not being subject to motion, it is indivisible, incorporeal and not subject to time, as above.
Success was inevitable: nineteen, a number indivisible and chaste above all others, seemed specially designated.Murder in Any Degree|Owen Johnson
The first word, sing, is an indivisible phonetic entity conveying the notion of a certain specific activity.Language|Edward Sapir
Subject conceiving, in communion with Object conceived, are one and the same indivisible fact, looked at on different sides.