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come into being, come out, enter, oblige, perform, play, take part, be created, be developed, be invented.
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Correct spelling:
inert

Synonyms:

adjective
all
inert, indifferent, neutral.
asleep
out, conked, in dreamland, flaked out, somnolent, dozing, out*, dreaming, sleeping, out cold, comatose, napping, sacked out, in repose, inert, Crashed, snoring, taking forty winks, on the kip, catching some zzz's, getting shut-eye, slumbering, hibernating, Resting, Snoozing, Reposing, out like a light, out of it.
dead
gone to meet maker, insipid, stagnant, gone to reward, breathless, mortified, boring, out of one's misery, expired, defunct, stale, spiritless, buried, cold, cut off, callous, lukewarm, bereft of life, no more, anesthetized, unanimated, bought the farm, Erased, pushing up daisies, senseless, vapid, wasted, departed, late, offed, passed away, Numbed, lifeless, gone, extinct, stiff, wooden, resting in peace, done for, glazed, deceased, checked out, tasteless, unfeeling, insensitive, cadaverous, frigid, Perished, uninteresting, Liquidated, flat, deadened, not existing, bloodless.
dormant
lurking, inoperative, suspended, lethargic, smoldering, sidelined, fallow, abeyant, prepatent, out of action, closed down, latent, on the shelf, potential.
dull
even, Impassible, blank, routine, accustomed, tight, without incident, monotonous, blah, regular, insensible, colorless, jejune, yawn, passionless, slow, heavy, placid, yawner, lumpy, falling off, indifferent, sitting tight, usual, draggy, empty, unsympathetic, depressed, unexciting, prosaic, vacuous.
fallow
undeveloped, untilled, unplowed, unseeded, unplanted, uncultivated, unused, virgin, vacant, neglected, unproductive.
gray
leaden.
idle
jobless, rusty, leisured, unemployed, deserted, Workless, void, dusty, unoccupied, on the bench, untouched, abandoned, out of work, waste, barren, laid-off, out of operation, redundant, gathering dust, stationary, mothballed.
inactive
quiescent, fallow, supine.
inanimate
insensate, soulless, insentient, azoic, nonvegetable, nonanimal, exanimate, mineral.
inert
impassive, lazy, unresponsive, slumberous, idle, indolent, vegetative, torpid, leaden, sleepy, phlegmatic, quiescent, paralytic, inactive, powerless, sluggish, apathetic, passive, insensible, stolid, quiet, dull, static, stationary, paralyzed, immobile, lifeless, impotent, languorous, motionless, down, Reposing, dormant, languid, inanimate, unmoving, sluggard, comatose, asleep, slack, dead, still, unreactive, catatonic, lethargic, stagnant, numb, listless, sedentary, slothful.
insensitive
dull.
latent
in abeyance, unrealized, implied, vestigial, between the lines.
lethargic
hebetudinous, stretchy, having spring fever.
motionless
tranquil, stock-still, inactive, stationary, standing, dead, at rest, at a standstill, becalmed, idle, apoplectic, sleeping, deadlocked, fixed, immotile, static, motionless, dormant, vegetative, stagnant, languid, quiet, calm, unmoving, still, immobile, Resting.
nonaligned
non-aligned.
passive
calm, acquiescent, submissive, passive, placid, idle, unresisting, unassertive, non-violent, non-resistant, hands off, going through motions, yielding, walking through it, inactive, complaisant, nonresistant.
slack
easy going, easy-going, behindhand, not busy, not taut.
slow
slowest, tortoiselike, slow-footed, snaillike, gradual, slow-going, slow-paced.
stock-still
stockstill.
stuporous
stuporous.
sullen
pouty, tenebrific, sourpussed.
noun
inert
neutral, torpid, nonmoving, inactive, unreactive, unmoving, indifferent, sluggish.
Examples of usage:
  1. Then the body will become to the soul what, as we have just seen, the garment was to the body itself- inert matter dumped down upon living energy. – Laughter: An Essay on the Meaning of the Comic by Henri Bergson
  2. This question, which had so harassed him the other night, left him troubled but inert. – Là-bas by J. K. Huysmans
  3. For a moment the hunter looked at the inert Inspector; then his lip curled, his frost- blackened face reflecting his scorn, as he said: W'ere ees dees missionary, M'sieu? – The Whelps of the Wolf by George Marsh
  4. Inert as a log, he was lifted up, dragged away, and finally dropped in a boat. – The Huntress by Hulbert Footner

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