from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not capable of being or proper to be examined.
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That the amount of definite knowledge acquired in this way might be small, and what Archbishop Benson oddly called "unexaminable," is, I think, quite likely.
The mega-modernity of Salford Quays disappears as you rocket – well, run – through clouds of dry ice, along tunnels hung with pipes or unexaminable fronds.
Now, you have shrink-wrapped unexaminable equipment shrouded by a EULA before you can even examine the goods.