Definition of "inseparability" [in•sep•a•ra•bil•i•ty]
The condition of being inseparable(noun)
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Use "inseparability" in a sentence
""inseparability," of the emotional and physical (but only sometimes) ties that bind."
"“Soviet law proclaims democracy, freedom, and legality,” he wrote, in the early 1980s, “while Soviet reality proves its inseparability from dictatorship, suppression, and arbitrariness.”"
"Einstein viewed this inseparability, now known as “entanglement,” as the fatal mark of the incompleteness of quantum mechanics: he sought a successor theory that would be local, realist and therefore complete."