Origin of inseparable
OTHER WORDS FROM inseparablein·sep·a·ra·bil·i·ty, in·sep·a·ra·ble·ness, nounin·sep·a·ra·bly, adverb
How to use inseparable in a sentence
Fischbacher and his longtime partner, Roy Horn, were inseparable throughout their career, which lasted more than 40 years.Siegfried Fischbacher, half of large-animal magic team Siegfried & Roy, dies at 81|Matt Schudel|January 14, 2021|Washington Post
Even without high-tech human intervention, the evolutionary reality of continuity among all living things is inseparable from the fact that all lineages have themselves evolved—that is, they have changed over time, and continue to do so.Over Time, Buddhism and Science Agree - Issue 94: Evolving|David P. Barash|December 23, 2020|Nautilus
Besides having a passion for the animals, conservation and human health are inseparable, she says.Why bat scientists are socially distancing from their subjects|Jerimiah Oetting|October 23, 2020|Science News
Widespread use of this technique could lead to a world where object and color are, quite literally, inseparable.Imitation Is the Sincerest Form of Environmentalism - Issue 90: Something Green|Anastasia Bendebury & Michael Shilo DeLay|October 7, 2020|Nautilus
This sense of mission he has is inseparable from his identity, he’s consumed by it.
Whence arises the inseparability of the ideas of body and extension?
I do not affirm the identity of two things, but only the inseparability of two ideas in our mind.
Inseparability does not destroy the existence of parts; it merely asserts the force of cohesion.
We have already spoken as to the inseparability of attributes; we now speak as to that of matter.Aristotle|George Grote
They are three sisters, as such always inseparable, and in their inseparability alone are Graces.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia|Edited by Rev. James Wood