from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not subject to cheating, impossible to cheat (at).
"Most probably because urine provides uncheatable information," said researcher Thomas Breithaupt, a behavioral ecologist at the University of Hull in England.
X-Files lite: the idea that death is uncheatable flies in the face of the typical conceit of horror movies, which usually demand at least one or two survivors.
But the f*cking corporatist-authoritarian mouthpiece must be dealt a blow if we are going to win enough swing votes to make clear and convincing — read: uncheatable — margins in November.
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