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inorganic lacking the qualities, structure, and composition of living organisms; inanimate. [1/3 definitions]
insensate not having feelings or sensations; inanimate. [1/3 definitions]
insentient lacking perception or consciousness; inanimate.
it used to indicate an animal, abstract thing, group, inanimate object, or being of undetermined gender that has been mentioned or is about to be mentioned. [1/6 definitions]
lifeless having or appearing to have no life; inanimate; unconscious. [1/3 definitions]
pathetic fallacy the attribution of human characteristics to inanimate objects, a technique esp. used in literature as in the sentence, "The angry waves pounded the beach".
personification the act or technique of ascribing human attributes to nonhuman or inanimate things. [1/3 definitions]
personify to attribute human characteristics to (a nonhuman or inanimate thing). [1/3 definitions]
physical science any science, such as chemistry, physics, astronomy, or geology, that deals with inanimate matter or energy.
pore2 a similar tiny opening in the surface of an inanimate object such as a rock. [1/2 definitions]
psychokinesis the apparent ability to move or otherwise affect inanimate or remote objects through the exercise of mental or psychic powers.
roar a loud noise or continuous din made by the movement or operation of something inanimate, such as flames, surf, or machinery. [1/8 definitions]
spontaneous generation the theory that living organisms can be created entirely from inanimate matter; abiogenesis.
thing an inanimate object. [1/10 definitions]
will1 used to indicate willingness or inclination to do something (used with both animate and inanimate subjects). [1/9 definitions]