[eg-zan-uh-mit, -meyt, ek-san-]
adjective ex·an·i·mate \eg-ˈza-nə-mət\. Definition of EXANIMATE. 1. : lacking
animation : spiritless. 2. : being or appearing lifeless. ADVERTISEMENT. Ask The
exanimate (comparative more exanimate, superlative most exanimate). Lifeless,
not or no longer living, dead. [quotations ▽]. Spenser. carcasses exanimate.
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translation, English dictionary definition of exanimate. adj 1. lacking life;
A city agen, But peopled by pale mechanical men, With workhouses filled, and
prisons, and marts, And faces that spake exanimate hearts. Various. So long as I
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exanimate. Too tired physical or mentally for normal functions. At first I thought he
was downcast, then when he spilled his cofee I realized he'd progressed to ...
Showing no sign of life; lifeless: his exanimate body. More example sentences.
His camera portrays its exanimate victims with the gentleness of one who ...
dead; inanimate; without animation; spiritless; inert. Origin of exanimate.
Classical Latin exanimatus, past participle of exanimare, to deprive of air, kill ;
from ex-, ...
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