Apart from a self-imposed, 18-month split in 1973, the couple were inseparable from the time they met in 1966.
Kennan's name is inseparable from the doctrine of containment that influenced American foreign policy throughout the Cold War.
By the end of our second day at Columbia Lake, my roommates and I had met our neighbours from next door, and we've been inseparable ever since.
We have all been inseparable ; I mean people get us mixed up even though we look nothing alike.
The pair were inseparable from birth and often used to play tricks on their various sets of foster parents who could never tell them apart.
Anti-Communism, they argued, and argued successfully, was inseparable from liberalism.
They met when they served in the army during the Second World War and were inseparable from then on, despite the vile prejudice (and the criminalisation of their love) that they had to confront.
The growth of civil society is inseparable from the efforts and role of educated citizens, which historically become the backbone of a democratic society.
Soon they are inseparable and their relationship becomes more intimate.
Nicholas added: ‘We thought it was amazing but we have been inseparable ever since.’