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- adj. Unable to be played on specified equipment, or at all.
- adj. Impossible to play or to defend against.
- adj. That cannot be played, or is so tedious, complicated, etc. as to preclude playing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not capable of or suitable for being played or played on
"It's just unplayable, which is unfortunate for everyone but in fairness to Barry, he was left with no choice, there was nothing he could do."
Server lag occasionally makes games unplayable, which is all the more unforgivable when you notice there are only 80 people online.
"unplayable" - sometimes, it's just not worth the bother.
Survival horror is kind of unplayable for me unless the Girlfriend keeps me safe, but the fact that this is more SF than others keeps it bouncing around in my head.
As if there weren't enough drama, what with the first outdoor NFL game in Minnesota in 29 years on a snowy, frozen field that punter Chris Kluwe called "unplayable," Brett Favre is back in play.
The field will remain beneath a sort of electric blanket until pregame warm-ups, and while Vikings punter Chris Kluwe tweeted Sunday that the field is "unplayable," university athletics spokesman Garry Bowman sees it differently.
Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher says Wayne Rooney is currently "unplayable".
Italian media united about 'unplayable' Wayne Rooney's quality
Unstoppable: Victor Anichebe (right) was 'unplayable' against Birmingham, according to his manager
Vikings and Chicago Bears will play on Monday night "unplayable" and "hard as concrete" in
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