Top Definition
An obnoxious contraction of "inertia" and "initiative". Together, they combine to mean 'taking the lead in doing the same thing we were doing before'.
Matt wants to get some dinner, but Brian took the inertiative and hasn't moved from the couch.
by branden January 06, 2006

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