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Definition of "inseparability" [in•sep•a•ra•bil•i•ty]

  • The condition of being inseparable (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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."