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iners ertis, adj. with comp. and sup.

2 in+ars, without skill, unskilful, incompetent: artes, quibus qui carebant, inertes nominabantur: scriptor, H.: superando inertīs, O.: homo non inertissimus.— Helpless, weak, inactive, indolent, sluggish, worthless: gerro, iners, etc., T.: exercitus, S.: senectus: homo inertior: Corpora, non-combatants, V.: inertissimum otium: inertissima segnitia: genus interrogationis, idle: umor, stagnant, V.: pondus, dead, O.: passus, sluggish, O.: glebae, without cultivation, V.: terra, motionless, H.: horae, leisure, H.: palmae, unarmed, V.: oculi, expressionless, V.: versūs, dull, H.: querellae, L.: neque quicquam inertius habetur, effeminate, Cs.: caro, insipid, H.: frigus, benumbing, O.

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