One-liner dictionary: Inertia

INERTIA. noun. 1. Force that inhibits an object from leaving a state of rest, especially human bodies from a bed in the morning, 2. Force that inhibits a church from changing traditions and centuries-old methodologies.

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  1. Only sorry that I’ve never seen these before. Too fun! And in this case, the proverb, “the truest things are said in jest.”

    1. 🙂 I left off doing them, never really got started. Once in a great while a thought crosses the brow worthy of definition.

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