Definitions

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  • adjective Not financeable.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ financeable

Examples

  • The real revelation was that the European Central Bank ECB believed it needed to rev up the printing press to prevent Italy and Spain's debts from becoming unfinanceable.

    Bring Back the D-Mark

  • Nuclear energy, already extremely expensive and unfinanceable privately, will grow much more expensive and uncompetitive.

    Michael Moynihan: Energy One Year Later

  • WikiLeaks has just five full-time staff and about 40 others who, he says, "very frequently do things", backed by 800 occasional helpers and 10,000 supporters and donors? an amorphous, decentralised structure, which might become the model for many media organisations in the future, as what might be called "journalism factories" become both outmoded and unfinanceable.

    Julian Assange: the whistleblower

  • The province released the news – on Friday afternoon, the best time to bury unfavourable stories – that its P3 with McQuarie bank and its partners has finally collapsed as unfinanceable.

    February « 2009 « Stephen Rees’s blog

  • The province released the news – on Friday afternoon, the best time to bury unfavourable stories – that its P3 with McQuarie bank and its partners has finally collapsed as unfinanceable.

    28 « February « 2009 « Stephen Rees's blog

  • The province released the news – on Friday afternoon, the best time to bury unfavourable stories – that its P3 with McQuarie bank and its partners has finally collapsed as unfinanceable.

    Can Nothing Kill Highway Expansion? « Stephen Rees’s blog

  • "Swathes of the property market are unfinanceable due to perceived insecure cash flows," said William Newsom, head of Savills U.K. valuation.

    U.K. property frightens

  • It seems to me to be obvious that the Gateway program has to be scrapped – as unneeded, unnecessary and unfinanceable – if only to allow himself the financial leeway to stick to his preference to avoid deficits.

    What is our Premier Thinking? « Stephen Rees's blog

  • It seems to me to be obvious that the Gateway program has to be scrapped – as unneeded, unnecessary and unfinanceable – if only to allow himself the financial leeway to stick to his preference to avoid deficits.

    14 « November « 2008 « Stephen Rees's blog

  • Wall Street has yet to react to these obviously unfinanceable numbers.

    Will America Grow Up Before It Grows Old?

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