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- adj. Incapable of being checked.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not capable of being checked or stopped.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not capable of being checked or hindered; that may not be stopped suddenly or forcibly. Incapable of being checked or examined.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. incapable of being checked or restrained
He had also provided Mr Vermaak with an end-user certifacte stating the weapons were destined for Lebanon, but that the certificate was "uncheckable".
The claim of broad, uncheckable presidential power grew during the Reagan presidency.
To a large extent, the claims of unreviewable, uncheckable executive power during the Bush years have been repudiated.
The Bush administration claim of inherent, uncheckable executive power cannot and should not be reconciled with this framework.
The Nixon administration then argued that this act was an unconstitutional limit on executive power, claiming uncheckable authority to stop Congress from spending money.
It is a view of uncheckable executive power that has little precedent in American history.
But in some ways what the Bush administration did was different because no other administration in American history has gone so far in its assertions that no law applied to its actions and in its claims of unreviewable, uncheckable executive power.
So, he gave them items they probably already knew, adding in small, uncheckable lies of his own; some of operational value, others merely the little-tattle of the shop.
Was there anything more maddening than these overcertain and uncheckable pronouncements?
It had pushed off from tyranny with gusto; with an apparently uncheckable impetus, it had swung up towards the blue sky of freedom.
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