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Definition of "exanimate" [ex•an•i•mate]

  • Lifeless, not or no longer living, dead. (adjective)
  • Spiritless, dispirited, disheartened, not lively. (adjective)
  • To deprive of animation or of life. (verb)

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Use "exanimate" in a sentence
  • "She has been exanimate for nearly four days, in bed for a solid two."
  • "Just so you know, the word can be used as in Wikipedia and WormmonABC are both exanimate."
  • "Except for our house or the fence, there is nothing it could possibly have fallen on, nor was it heavy enough being both exanimate and hollow to damage anything it did fall on."