Feeling and Inanimate


Feeling noun - A subjective response to a person, thing, or situation.

Inanimate is an antonym for feeling.

Nearby Words: feel, feelingly, feeler, feeing


Inanimate adjective - Lacking animate awareness or sensation.
Usage example: “pathetic fallacy” is the literary term for the ascription of human feelings or motives to inanimate natural elements

Feeling is an antonym for inanimate.

Nearby Word: inanimation

Both words in one sentence

  • Franchise / Toy Story The toys are capable of withstanding immense amounts of pain and abuse when in their inanimate state without so much as flinching, only feeling the effects after becoming animate.
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