Adjective(1) not capable of being separated
(1) Lin and Lydie, though they'd had a strong relationship from the beginning, grew so close they were practically inseparable .(2) Unlike Christianity or Judaism, Islam's religious history is inseparable from its conquests - which is why the concept of holy war lives on today.(3) They met when they served in the army during the Second World War and were inseparable from then on, despite the vile prejudice (and the criminalisation of their love) that they had to confront.(4) I met up with him on the beach after the incident and we've been inseparable ever since.(5) The growth of civil society is inseparable from the efforts and role of educated citizens, which historically become the backbone of a democratic society.(6) You two were always so close, nearly inseparable at times.(7) His wife Buakhieo, 34, was a waitress in a restaurant in Thailand when the pair met and they have been inseparable ever since.(8) Or, as he also puts it, ├ö├ç├┐the urge to tell [movie] stories is inseparable from the wish to make money.├ö├ç├û(9) They're like brothers, inseparable brothers.(10) It is the language of someone who recognizes that the quest for a spiritual dimension in cultural life is inseparable from the moral priorities of the individual.(11) Monopoly capitalism, in this sense, was inseparable from interimperialist rivalry, manifested primarily in the form of a struggle for global markets.(12) ├ö├ç├┐Those assets should be included in the city budget├ö├ç┬¬ they are inseparable from the financial status of the city,├ö├ç├û he said.(13) They were an inseparable pair whose views complemented each other's work.(14) And upon questioning from the committee, he said that the values of Inuit are virtually inseparable from those of the Christian faith.(15) Bree and I had met in 1st grade and ever since then we have been inseparable .(16) The pair became engrossed in conversation and have been inseparable ever since.
(1) inseparable :: inseparable
1. devoted ::
2. bosom ::
3. close ::
4. fast ::
5. firm ::
6. good ::
7. best ::
8. intimate ::
9. faithful ::
10. as thick as thieves ::
mor drwchus â lladron
11. joined at the hip ::
Ymunodd yn y glun
1. distant ::
Different Formsinseparable, inseparables
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