inexcitable

Related to inexcitable: inextricable, inextricably, inevitable, unexcitable

inexcitable

(ˌɪnɪkˈsaɪtəbəl)
adj
not easily excitable; not able to be excited or roused(of sleep, lethargy, etc) from which one cannot be roused
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Even the inexcitable old doctor had felt the attraction which had already conquered three such dissimilar people as Alban Morris, Cecilia Wyvil, and Francine de Sor.
"I can hardly tell you what then; the conclusion to be drawn as to your character depends upon the nature of the motives which guide your conduct; if you are patient because you expect to make something eventually out of Crimsworth, notwithstanding his tyranny, or perhaps by means of it, you are what the world calls an interested and mercenary, but may be a very wise fellow; if you are patient because you think it a duty to meet insult with submission, you are an essential sap, and in no shape the man for my money; if you are patient because your nature is phlegmatic, flat, inexcitable, and that you cannot get up to the pitch of resistance, why, God made you to be crushed; and lie down by all means, and lie flat, and let Juggernaut ride well over you."
###nerve if all others inexcitable and distal compound muscle action potential (dCMAP) >10%
Electrophysiological evidence of AIDP includes one of the factors in either two nerves or two factors in one nerve if all others are found to be inexcitable. The list below is adapted from [3, 22]:
Among the 19 patients with motor-sensory axonal subtype, three Rohingya and one Chin Myanmarese patients had inexcitable nerve studies.
(144) Affected muscles are also electrically inexcitable. (151) Changes in muscle histology include type 2 fiber atrophy, generalized atrophy, and necrosis.