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Antonym: energySimilar words: partialpartiallydinerexertionexpertiseverticalassertivefertilizeMeaning: [ɪ'nɜrʃə / -'nɜː-]  n. 1. a disposition to remain inactive or inert 2. (physics) the tendency of a body to maintain is state of rest or uniform motion unless acted upon by an external force. 
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1 I'm unable to throw off this feeling of inertia.
2 We had a feeling of inertia in the afternoon.
3 She lapsed into inertia and lay there as if asleep.
4 Inertia carried the plane onto the ground.
5 The organization is stifled by bureaucratic inertia.
6 Projects were frequently abandoned through sheer inertia.
7 Because of the sheer inertia of the system many badly needed reforms were never introduced.
8 The dogs circled near by(sentencedict.com), depressed by my inertia.
9 In peacetime military technology tends towards inertia.
10 But I can not overcome the emotional inertia.
11 The group helped me overcome my inertia and lose weight.
12 In a small enterprise or department, management by inertia is a deadly disease.
13 This feature can be used to provide simulated inertia and momentum.
14 Verily, the Academy is a raging inferno of inertia and glazed expressions.
15 Mitchell made excuses, but she ignored his inertia, made him get on his feet, walk, hold her.
16 In addition to overcoming its own inertia, Nintendo also may face a problem because its new system uses game cartridges.
17 They have inertia, mass and momentum and obey centrifugal force.
18 He quickly met the inertia of a civil service used to forming and evaluating policy as well as carrying it out.
19 I can't seem to throw off this feeling of inertia.
20 The forces for change in the government are not sufficient to overcome bureaucratic inertia.
21 He stayed where he was, not because he really wanted to,[www.Sentencedict.com] but out of inertia.
22 Such initiatives tended to be overcome in time by inertia and indifference.
23 The attitude adopted to precious substances helps to confirm the force of inertia in history.
24 I thought it an apt and correct description, with its connotations of inertia and lifelessness.
25 However, this can not be used as a pretext to justify inertia.
26 Not long after PageMaker shipped, Apple began overcoming its engineering inertia.
27 Judge Frossard, it seems, wanted to put an end to the inertia.
28 Along with profits, however, this strong position has produced a tendency toward inertia and internal focus.
29 These huge corporations are dying of boredom caused by the inertia of giantism.
30 At the institutional level, there exists a great deal of inertia once commitments to projects and programs have been made.
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