non-living

adjective
not endowed with life
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the inorganic world is inanimate

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inanimate objects

Syn: ↑inanimate, ↑nonliving
Ant: ↑animate (for: ↑inanimate)
Similar to: ↑nonconscious
Derivationally related forms: ↑inanimateness (for: ↑inanimate)
Attrubites: ↑animateness, ↑aliveness, ↑liveness

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