not explosive; incapable of exploding or being exploded.
Origin of inexplosive
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When wet it is inexplosive, and therefore it is always kept wet, being dried in small amounts when required for use.Torpedoes and Torpedo Warfare
C. W. Sleeman
The boiler being practically open is inexplosive, and requires neither safety valves nor skilled attendance.