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Spell check of inert

Correct spelling: inert

dead, unemployed, doughy, chemical equation, dreary, fixed, unemotional, sedentary, stationary, sloppy, indolent, sleepy, unbiased, unresponsive, restrained, unbiassed, mucky, off, alkaline, latent, lifeless, quiet, immaterial, torpid, dull, insensible, apathetic, achromatic, passive, placid, quaggy, aerobic, unmoving, concentrated, motionless, trivial, indifferent, quiescent, standing, resting, reposing, languid, immobile, undemonstrative, impersonal, tranquil, neutral, languorous, undisturbed, dormant, active, still, chemical, miry, acquiescent, becalmed, controlled, static, hibernating, sleeping, waterlogged, corrosive, inactive, calm, mind-numbing, listless, muddy, swampy, uninteresting, stagnant, trifling, boring, unreactive, stiff, fallow, so-so, blank, humdrum, sulky, nonmoving, comatose, alkaloid, inoperative, slothful, inanimate, vegetative, unoccupied, emotionless, paralytic, deaf, action, squashy, catatonic, submissive, lethargic, marshy, impassive, slow, free, anaerobic, soggy, yielding, uninspired, electroneutral, idle, catalytic, at rest, unused, sluggish, tedious, unexciting, sloughy, complaisant, lazy, boggy, vacant.

feasible, energetic, reactive, functioning, dynamic, animated, spirited, perky, viable, lively, workable, working, springy, diligent, on, vital, zippy, sedulous, engaged, functional, operable, practical, useful, living, operational, active, vivacious, assiduous, hardworking, operating, going, occupied, sprightly, running, vigorous, peppy, moving, usable, alive, employed, industrious, bouncing, operative, busy, kinetic.

Examples of usage:

1) When these are gone, the body is cold and stiff, and in no essential way unlike any other mass of inert matter. - "The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries", W. Y. Evans Wentz.

2) He was a man inert from panic. - "The Sins of Séverac Bablon", Sax Rohmer.

3) First in the scale of evolution, it appears, came inert matter. - "The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society", Upton Sinclair.