Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being inapplicable; unsuitableness.
- n. uncountable The state of being inapplicable
- n. countable Something inapplicable
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The quality of being inapplicable; unfitness; inapplicableness.
- n. irrelevance by virtue of being inapplicable to the matter at hand
“What's so remarkable about the current events in Egypt are the inapplicability of our categories to them.”
“For me, the FIRST mindblowing thing I noticed was the inapplicability of Mammoth here. 21 stories is NOT mammoth.”
“Davis, demonstrates the inapplicability of the VRA today, the authors seem unconcerned that, paralleling their proffered criticism of the VRA itself, they are applying a ten-year-old decision written for a different era and for vastly different circumstances.”
“Any analysis into the purpose or legislative history would establish its inapplicability even without resort to the rule of leniency.”
“We'd lose some things due to inapplicability of the argument without the value judgment, but we'd also be less reversible.”
“It's wonderful how you cite international law when it suits you and excuse its inapplicability when it suits you too.”
“Suzanne Peppers offers a very interesting article in Hong Kong Journal on the inapplicability of Hong Kong's system of Chinese rule to Taiwan.”
“I read a very thorough refutation of it, that to me boiled down to the confusion between things that may exist, and things that do exist, and the inapplicability of statistics to discern between such.”
“I am curious to know whether any of our constitutional law scholars think there could conceivably be implications, despite the apparent inapplicability of the Constitutional provisions at issue.”
“Geneva Convention inapplicability of unread by administration”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘inapplicability’.
A list of English words containing seven syllables, beginning, somewhat ironically, with inapplicability, since a fair number of these words one would never use.
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inapplicability, unsatisfactorily, heterogeneity, disintermediation, antiglobalization, telecommunication, interdisciplinary, meteorological, socioeconomic, intelligibility, autobiographical, industrialization and 423 more...
All words of the Lisbon Treaty
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Superpowers that are incredibly useless or even self-damaging.
imitatability, uncopyrightability, swallowability, unremarkability, superserviceable, intransigent, inenarrability, polysemania, accountability, face-melting, insufferability, hyperinflation and 46 more...
transdifferentiation, parthenogenetically, monocotyledonous, sesquicentennial, quasiperiodically, invariability, indestructibility, catazonasulculate, pseudo-etymology, paraetymology, triskaidekaphobia, epidemiology and 204 more...
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