Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Incapable of being finished, concluded, or completed.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Not finishable; that cannot be finished.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Similarly, Dimock quotes Michael Wood on the "unfinishable" nature of the idea of genres.

    Serendip's Exchange

  • Having attempted to read the book, I'll just say this: in my opinion, the book is unfinishable.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • Unfinished and unfinishable, Byron's masterwork ought to be his monument.

    Pilgrim to Eros

  • I posted an unfinishable but mainly complete piece on Elizabeth Bradfield to Constant Critic earlier this week.

    National Poetry Month

  • The notes, drafts, and letters offer glimpses of thought in motion and seem to promise a chance to assemble (and reassemble) an unfinishable map of the terrain Bishop left behind.

    Paper Trail

  • The notes, drafts, and letters offer glimpses of thought in motion and seem to promise a chance to assemble (and reassemble) an unfinishable map of the terrain Bishop left behind.

    Paper Trail

  • The notes, drafts, and letters offer glimpses of thought in motion and seem to promise a chance to assemble (and reassemble) an unfinishable map of the terrain Bishop left behind.

    Paper Trail

  • The mentoring partnership: Mentees will have the opportunity to work with a personal mentor on any aspect of their writing – for example style; editorial techniques; finishing the seemingly unfinishable; moving from writing for print to writing for radio or television scripts; writing for the stage...

    Writers in Scotland: mentor project wants you!

  • Projects tackled have ranged from finishing an unfinishable novel to creating a new stage play to moving from book illustration into writing drawing illustrated stories.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • It was not only unfinished but, judging from the excerpts, unfinishable.

    Tru Grit

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