1.See corresponding entry in Unabridged unmoving, immobile, inoperative.
1, 2.See corresponding entry in UnabridgedInactive,dormant,inert,sluggish,torpid suggest lack of activity. Inactive indicates absence of action, indisposition to activity, or cessation of activity:an inactive compound, life, file of papers.Dormant suggests the quiescence or inactivity of that which sleeps but may be roused to action:a dormant volcano.Inert suggests the condition of dead matter, with no inherent power of motion or action; it may also mean unable to move, or heavy and hard to move:an inert mass; inert from hunger.Sluggish expresses slowness of natural activity or of that which does not move readily or vigorously:a sluggish stream, brain.Torpid suggests a state of suspended physical powers, a condition particularly of animals that hibernate:Snakes are torpid in cold weather.
3.See corresponding entry in Unabridged lazy, idle, slothful.
1.See corresponding entry in Unabridged –3. lively.