Definition of Inconsumable

1. a. Not consumable; incapable of being consumed, wasted, or spent.



Definition of Inconsumable

1. Adjective. Not consumable; incapable of being consumed, wasted, or spent. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Inconsumable

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Inconsumable

inconsolably
inconsolate
inconsonance
inconsonances
inconsonant
inconspicuous
inconspicuously
inconspicuousness
inconstance
inconstancies
inconstancy
inconstant
inconstantly
inconstaunt
inconstruable
inconsumable (current term)
inconsumably
inconsumptible
incontestabilities
incontestability
incontestable
incontestableness
incontestably
incontested
incontestibility
incontestible
incontestibly
incontiguous
incontinence diaper

Literary usage of Inconsumable

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy by William Paley (1835)
"CONTRACTS OF LENDING OF inconsumable PROPERTY. The questions under this head ... a harpsichord, it is called inconsumable ; in opposition to corn, wine, ..."

2. The Works of William Paley, D.D.: In Five Volumes by William Paley, George Wilson Meadley (1811)
"CONTRACTS OF LENDING OF inconsumable PROPERTY. \VHEN the identical loan is to be returned, as a book, a horse, a harpsichord, it is called inconsumable, ..."

3. The Works of William Paley by William Paley, James Paxton, Edmund Paley (1825)
"CONTRACTS OF LENDING OF inconsumable PROPERTY. - WHEN the identical loan is to be returned, as a book, a horse, a harpsichord, it is called inconsumable; ..."

4. Institutes of Natural Law: Being the Substance of a Course of Lectures on by Thomas Rutherforth (1832)
"The nature and obligation of a loan of inconsumable goods.—VII. Of a commission.—VIII. Of a charge.—IX. Contracts of mutual benefit either share the matter ..."

5. The Works of William Paley, D.D.: And An Account of the Life and Writings of by William Paley, Edmund Paley (1838)
"CONTRACTS OF LENDING OF inconsumable PROPERTY. WHEN the identical loan is to be returned, as a book, a horse, a harpsichord, it is called inconsumable; ..."

6. Paley's Moral and Political Philosophy by William Paley, Abraham John Valpy (1835)
"CONTRACTS OF LOANS OF PROPERTY inconsumable. When the article lent is to be itself restored, as a book or horse, the loan is of property inconsumable ..."

7. The Poetical Works of Robert Southey by Robert Southey (1845)
"... While on their substance inconsumable, Leeches of fire for ever hang and pull, And worms of fire for ever gnaw their food, That, still renew'd, ..."

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