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inertia
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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Definition
a disposition to continue in the same manner — such as sit still and do nothing or continue moving in a particular direction
  • She had seen this disorder every day without caring, but now, for the first time since the birth, she felt energy rather than inertia.
    p. 49.3
  • Out of a desire to assuage it, she nearly took everything back, but she felt her earlier inertia, pushed aside with such great effort, lurking in the room.
    p. 50.8

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