Definitions

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  • adj. Unable to be detached.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ detachable

Examples

  • Good hunting to you all, and may your undetachable guns be well used during the upcoming hot chick season (summer) and where sea meets sand is a most prime place to stand .... thoroughly and proudly erect.

    Bourjaily on Starter Guns

  • In fact, I might, in a fit of inexcusable hyperbole, prefer to have a flaming tire slung around my neck than this dress-necklace combo, but that's just because dresses with unnatural and undetachable jewelry (as opposed to beading, which is natural) are one of the (many) things that set me off on a rant.

    July 2006

  • It is the undetachable accompaniment of true living.

    The Majesty of Calmness; individual problems and posibilities

  • So she was quite calm when the Marchbanks party came upon the ground, and Archie Mucklegrand, with white trousers and a lavender tie, and the trim, waxed moustache, looking very handsome in spite of his dapperness, found her out in the first two minutes, and attached himself to her forthwith in a most undetachable and determined manner, which was his way of being irresistible.

    Real Folks

  • Ironman 2's use of "Robot Rock" has been undetachable from my cortex lately!

    CBC Radio 3

  • The others obeyed, some racing down the corridor and some leaping over the low wall, with the result that a little crowd, consisting of Hardcastle, Lord Mounteagle, Father Brown, and even the undetachable Mr. Phroso of the bumps, had soon surrounded the captive Master of the Mountain, whom Hunter was hanging on to desperately by the collar with one hand, and shaking every now and then in a manner highly insensible to the dignity of Prophets as a class.

    The Complete Father Brown

  • But neither are children accessories, undetachable scions that can’t be left off the parental radar without risk of permanent personality failure.

    2009 November 27 « shattersnipe: malcontent & rainbows

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