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Webster's Dictionary 1828 - Online Edition

Webster's Dictionary 1828

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Indivisible

INDIVIS'IBLE, adjective s as z. [in and divisible. See Divide.]

That cannot be divided, separated or broken; not separable into parts. Perhaps the particles of matter, however small, cannot be considered as indivisible The mind or soul must be indivisible A mathematical point is indivisible

INDIVIS'IBLE, noun In geometry, indivisibles are the elements or principles into which a body or figure may be resolved; elements infinitely small.