Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Incapable of being educated.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not educable; not capable of being taught.

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  • adjective Incapable of being educated

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Examples

  • To say that autistic children are "ineducable" and remain dependent all their lives reveals a lack of knowledge about the problem according to Nico, since we still do not have any idea of the causes of autism.

    The Tinbergen Brothers

  • I am "ineducable" when thus far after three PMs from you all you have offered is a single vague and only partially relevant reference to something from the AMA.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • All in all these are ineducable paranoids whose position is beyond fact-free to America-hating.

    Wonk Room » Minuteman Leader Allegedly Kills 9-Year-Old And Father To Finance Hate Group

  • We have so massively exceeded any kind of political entity the Founding Fathers could have possibly imagined or anticiapted (in size, in numbers, in geographical distribution, in ineducable ideological rigidity; in grotesquely uneven distributions of power, in potentials for abusing that power, in possibilities for indoctrination and propaganda; the list goes on) that the mechanisms for making fundamental changes to the basic legal structures of our union are incapable of functioning any longer.

    Think Progress » After Whining About Being ‘Suppressed,’ Chamber Discloses It Spent $123 Million In Lobbying

  • There are also many people who believe that some schools are ungovernable, and some children ineducable, and that giving the mayor a free ride on the chancellorship would make it easier to fix the blame on him if a less than satisfactory outcome results.

    Henry J. Stern: Will Steiner Waver on Cathie Black's Waiver?

  • There are also many people who believe that some schools are ungovernable, and some children ineducable, and that giving the mayor a free ride on the chancellorship would make it easier to fix the blame on him if a less than satisfactory outcome results.

    Henry J. Stern: Will Steiner Waver on Cathie Black's Waiver?

  • It's probably been brought up in the last 157 comments, but I don't see why the commentariat thinks they have to serve to educate what amounts to a professionally ineducable set of trolls arguing in clear bad faith.

    Balkinization

  • It's probably been brought up in the last 157 comments, but I don't see why the commentariat thinks they have to serve to educate what amounts to a professionally ineducable set of trolls arguing in clear bad faith.

    Balkinization

  • It's probably been brought up in the last 157 comments, but I don't see why the commentariat thinks they have to serve to educate what amounts to a professionally ineducable set of trolls arguing in clear bad faith.

    Balkinization

  • It's probably been brought up in the last 157 comments, but I don't see why the commentariat thinks they have to serve to educate what amounts to a professionally ineducable set of trolls arguing in clear bad faith.

    Balkinization

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