Definition of Inseparables
1. inseparable [n] - See also: inseparable
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inseparables
Literary usage of Inseparables
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Real Shelley: New Views of the Poet's Life by John Cordy Jeaffreson (1885)
"... Relents— He makes Shelley a Liberal Allowance—Lady Shelley's Misrepresentations—The Exiles about Town—The Separation of ' The inseparables '— Shelley's ..."
2. Autobiography, a Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing Lives Ever (1829)
"... which affords no shelter—The modern Sappho—Liberty is apt the first of bless-ings— The inseparables—The heroism of friendship—Vice has its virtues. ..."
3. The Science and Art of Elocution: Embracing a Comprehensive and Systematic by Frank Honywell Fenno (1878)
"This work chooses to consider four vowels Coalescents or inseparables, viz. , a as in air, e as in fern, o as in orb, and u as in urn. ..."
4. German Conversation-grammar: A New and Practical Method of Learning the by Emil Otto (1870)
"Such inseparable verbs are: a) inseparables compounded with ... to instruct, etc. d) inseparables compounded with tint. ..."
5. German Conversation-grammar: A New and Practical Method of Learning the by Emil Otto (1870)
"Such inseparable verbs are : a) inseparables compounded with ... to burd)bot)'ren, to pierce pierce through, etc. b) inseparables compounded with ..."