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  • adjective That cannot be fought.


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un- +‎ fightable


  • “Remember when Deshazior and the kobold said they were different and unfightable?”

    Deep Kiss Of Winter

  • The wind blasted as high as 50mph this afternoon, which made the fire essentially unfightable.

    Adios, Amigos (2)

  • This event is Time itself, foaming, raging, and boiling like a river, roaring through this room and through all rooms - Time flowing through the beds, gushing from the minibars and churning from the mirrors, and Time, with its grand, unfightable sweep, taking me along with it.

    Shampoo Planet

  • We could have spent the night in Mount Shasta, but we felt the unfightable urge to move.

    Shampoo Planet

  • He tried to rise again, some vague force driving him to fight the unfightable.

    Dreams of Steel

  • But the effect of such pervasive thought currents, the more subtle and unfightable because indirect and disguised in popular appearance and influence, upon the ethical and spiritual temper of religious leaders, the very audacity of whose tasks puts them on the defensive, is vast and incalculable.

    Preaching and Paganism

  • You are trying to fight something that is unfightable.

    An Excursion into the Feminine Nature

  • He thus fought blindly against the unfightable until about four in the afternoon, when exhaustion once more put a quietus upon him.

    The Spread Eagle and Other Stories

  • "It's just God, His prescribed rule, His unfightable force."

    There was a King in Egypt

  • The MoD digital battlefield is beyond any semblance of being a reality, £2. 5Bn and no one has ever fought BOWMAN, and wont, because it is unfightable at the tacticql level, no matter what anicodes you are given.

    Army Rumour Service


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