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in-dēclīnābĭlis , e, adj.,
I.inflexible, unchangeable, only in a trop. sense (postAug.).
I. In gen., of things: “virtus animum rectum et indeclinabilem praestat,Sen. Ep. 66: “justitia,id. ib. 74: “series re rum,Gell. 6, 2.—Of persons: “judex,Amm. 25, 4; id. 18, 1.—
II. In gram.: nomen, indeclinable, Diom. pp. 288, 289 P. — Hence, indēclīnābĭlĭter , adv., unchangeably, Aug. Civ. Dei, 9, 22 fin.
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