(of one or more people) Unwilling to be separated; usually seen together
they met 18 months ago and have been inseparable ever since
(of a prefix) Not used as a separate word or (in German) not separated from the base verb when inflected
A person or thing inseparable from another
not capable of being separated; "inseparable pieces of rock"
(inseparably) without possibility of separation; "these two are inseparably linked"
Inseparable is the debut album from singer Natalie Cole, released in 1975 on the Capitol label. The album became her first gold-certified album and spawned the number-one R&B hits "This Will Be" and "Inseparable" and helped the young singer win two Grammy Awards including Best New Artist.
Inseparable is an upcoming black comedy film written and directed by Dayyan Eng. The film stars two-time Oscar winner Kevin Spacey and Chinese stars Daniel Wu and Gong Beibi. According to Variety, Spacey is the highest-profile Hollywood actor yet to star in a Chinese production.
Inseparability is used in marketing to describe a key quality of services as distinct from goods. Inseparability is the characteristic that a service has which renders it impossible to divorce the supply or production of the service from its consumption.
Not able to be separated. Bound together permanently
(The Inseparables) (A Sikh & his Turban) “The Inseparables” explores the historical and religious aspects of the unbreakable bond between a Sikh and his Turban.