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inert
used in Anne Of Green Gables

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Definition
unmoving, inactive, or unable to move

or:

slow, lethargic, or without interest

or (in chemistry/medicine):

chemically inactive (not having an effect)
  • She had never seen Marilla sit limply inert like that.
    Chapter 38 — The Bend in the Road (2% in)
inert = lethargic and without interest
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