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Inseparable in a sentence

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Sentence count:136+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-24Updated:2017-02-24
Synonym: indivisiblejoinedsolidAntonym: separableSimilar words: irreparablyparablecomparableseparateseparatismseparationseparate frombearableMeaning: [ɪn'seprəbl]  adj. not capable of being separated. 
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(1) He firmly believes liberty is inseparable from social justice.
(2) Courtesy is the inseparable companion of virtue.
(3) When we were kids Zoe and I were inseparable.
(4) The two brothers are almost inseparable.
(5) Jane and Sarah soon became inseparable companions.
(6) Tom was inseparable from his dog(sentencedict.com), Snowy.
(7) Religion is inseparable from politics.
(8) George later became our inseparable companion.
(9) Britain's economic fortunes are inseparable from the world situation.
(10) The two girls are inseparable friends.
(11) They became an inseparable threesome.
(12) Rights are inseparable from duties.
(13) As children, Laura and I were inseparable.
(14) Our economic fortunes are inseparable from those of Europe.
(15) Zoe and I were inseparable as kids - my mother used to call us the terrible twosome.
(16) Unemployment and inner city decay are inseparable issues which must be tackled together.
(17) Crime and freedom are inseparable. You can't have one without the other.
(18) Ever since they met those two have been inseparable.
(19) People understood the sacred as inseparable from the land.
(20) Motor and intellectual development are inseparable.
(21) She and Kristin were inseparable.
(22) The two girls were inseparable until Veronica discovered boys.
(23) The three girls were inseparable friends.
(24) Democracy and open debate were inseparable.
(25) Kelly considers equality to be inseparable from true liberty.
(26) My brother and James have been inseparable since they were at primary school.
(27) Particularist sentiment was inseparable from aristocratic privilege; local liberties and personal liberties were part and parcel of the same system.
(28) The use of natural astrology, as it was subsequently called became inseparable from the exercise of political and military power.
(29) As soon as he could walk he would be taught to ride, for horse-riding was inseparable from high social rank.
(30) For, in reality, the research and teaching activities are so closely interwoven that they are inseparable.
More similar words: irreparablyparablecomparableseparateseparatismseparationseparate frombearableinsufferablereparationpreparatorypreparationadorableincurablehonorableinsensibletolerableendurablemiserablefavourablevenerablefavorabledesirablepreferableinexorablevulnerableunfavorableunfavourableundesirableinnumerable
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