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inert
used in Fearless

2 uses
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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)
  • Every new guy was at the mercy of whoever happened to be around when he checked in, and endured anything from catcalls about his dress whites to getting his Trident painted blue, the same color as an inert training munition—the derision being that until he was fully trained, that's exactly how he would be regarded: inert, harmless, useless.
    p. 126.7
  • Every new guy was at the mercy of whoever happened to be around when he checked in, and endured anything from catcalls about his dress whites to getting his Trident painted blue, the same color as an inert training munition—the derision being that until he was fully trained, that's exactly how he would be regarded: inert, harmless, useless.
    p. 126.7

There are no more uses of "inert" in Fearless.

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