Definition of "inoperative"
  1. Having no power or influence
How to use "inoperative" in a sentence
  1. After discovering the clause in the contract was inoperative, the company was able to proceed with their plans unhindered.
  2. The law became inoperative once the new legislation was passed.
  3. He argued that the agreement should be considered inoperative since both parties hadn't agreed to the terms.

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