inaction (part of speech: noun)
inertness (part of speech: noun)
insensibility, stillness, motionlessness, lethargy, reposefulness, immobility, apathy, lifelessness, inactivity, catatonia, listlessness, dormancy, inanimation, coma, passivity, sluggishness, stagnancy, idleness, paralysis, languor, inertness
- The eighth book contains a variety of details respecting animals, their food, migrations, hibernation, and diseases; with the influence of climate and locality upon them. - "Fathers of Biology", Charles McRae.
- No one had lied about these creatures of hibernation. - "The Heart of Unaga", Ridgwell Cullum.
- We can therefore scarcely argue with certainty from the death of all these individuals within two years, as to the duration of life which might have been maintained had they retired spontaneously, and fallen into the torpor of their natural hibernation in good bodily condition. - "The Romance of Natural History, Second Series", Philip Henry Gosse.