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ex·an·i·mate
[eg-zan-uh-mit, -meyt, ek-san-]
ADJECTIVE
1.
inanimate or lifeless.
2.
spiritless; disheartened.
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Exanimate definition, inanimate or lifeless. See more.

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Origin and Etymology of exanimate. Latin exanimatus, past participle of exanimare to deprive of life or spirit, from ex- + anima breath, soul — more at animate.

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exanimate (third-person singular simple present exanimates, present participle exanimating, simple past and past participle exanimated). (obsolete, transitive) ...

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Dec 2, 2006 ... At first I thought he was downcast, then when he spilled his cofee I realized he'd progressed to being exanimate.

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Exanimate definition: lacking life; inanimate | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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Define exanimate. exanimate synonyms, exanimate pronunciation, exanimate translation, English dictionary definition of exanimate. adj rare lacking life; ...

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