The Collaborative International Dictionary
Undivisible \Un`di*vis"i*ble\, a. Indivisible.
a. (context now nonstandard English) (alternative form of indivisible English)
Usage examples of "undivisible".
An object, whose different co-existent parts are bound together by a close relation, operates upon the imagination after much the same manner as one perfectly simple and undivisible, and requires not a much greater stretch of thought in order to its conception.