INTRANSITIVE (_not comparable_)
* (grammar, of a verb) Not transitive: not having, or not taking, a direct object.
_The word "drink" is a transitive verb in "they drink wine", but an INTRANSITIVE one in "they drink often."_
* (rare) Not transitive or passing further; kept; detained.
_And then it is for the image's sake and so far is INTRANSITIVE; but whatever is paid more to the image is transitive and passes further._ — Jeremy Taylor.