(In*an`i*ma"tion) n. [See 2d Inanimate.] Want of animation; lifeless; dullness.
(In*an`i*ma"tion), n. [See 1st Inanimate.] Infusion of life or vigor; animation; inspiration.
The inanimation of Christ living and breathing within us.Bp. Hall.
(In`a*ni"ti*ate) v. t. To produce inanition in; to exhaust for want of nourishment. [R.]
(In`a*ni`ti*a"tion) n. Inanition. [R.]
(In`a*ni"tion) n. [F. inanition, L. inanitio emptiness, fr. inanire to empty, fr. inanis empty. Cf.
Inane.] The condition of being inane; emptiness; want of fullness, as in the vessels of the body; hence,
specifically, exhaustion from want of food, either from partial or complete starvation, or from a disorder
of the digestive apparatus, producing the same result.
Feeble from inanition, inert from weariness.Landor.
Repletion and inanition may both do harm in two contrary extremes.Burton.
(In*an"i*ty) n.; pl. Inanities [L. inanitas, fr. inanis empty: cf. F. inanité. See Inane.]
1. Inanition; void space; vacuity; emptiness.
2. Want of seriousness; aimlessness; frivolity.
3. An inane, useless thing or pursuit; a vanity; a silly object; chiefly in pl.; as, the inanities of the world.
(In*an"ther*ate) a. (Bot.) Not bearing anthers; said of sterile stamens.
(||In an"tis) [L.] (Arch.) Between antæ; said of a portico in classical style, where columns are
set between two antæ, forming the angles of the building. See Anta.
(In*ap"a*thy) n. Sensibility; feeling; opposed to apathy. [R.]
(In`ap*peal"a*ble) a. Not admitting of appeal; not appealable. Coleridge.
(In`ap*peas"a*ble) a. Incapable of being appeased or satisfied; unappeasable.
(In`ap*pel`la*bil"i*ty) n. The quality of being inappellable; finality.
The inappellability of the councils.Coleridge.
(In`ap*pel"la*ble) a. Inappealable; final.
(In*ap"pe*tence In*ap"pe*ten*cy) n. [Pref. in- not + appetence: cf. F. inappétence.] Want
of appetency; want of desire.
(In*ap`pli*ca*bil"i*ty) n. [Cf. F. inapplicabilité.] The quality of being inapplicable; unfitness; inapplicableness.
(In*ap"pli*ca*ble) a. [Pref. in- not + applicable.] Not applicable; incapable of being applied; not
adapted; not suitable; as, the argument is inapplicable to the case. J. S. Mill.
Syn. Unsuitable; unsuited; unadapted; inappropriate; inapposite; irrelevant.
In*ap"pli*ca*ble*ness, n. In*ap"pli*ca*bly, adv.