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The word Inert proceeding forth from Bill's mouth is defined as:

Inert: (Noun) 1) Lacking the power to move. 2) Very slow to move or act: sluggish. 3) Deficient in active properties; especially: lacking a usual or anticipated chemical or biological action.

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Bill has mentioned the word "Inert" 1 time*, on the following show date:

2016-Dec-06 (Tue)

*Since 2010-Mar-11


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