Definitions

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  • adjective Not capable of being fixed (mended or repaired).
  • adjective Not capable of being fixed (attached).

Etymologies

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un- +‎ fixable

Examples

  • The Wall Street Journal noted that Alexander also said that the Waxman-Markey "unfixable" climate bill "needs to be junked."

    Bill Chameides: On the Climate Bill Fence: What Sen. Alexander Is Thinking

  • Bragging about an "unfixable" exploit reminds me of bragging about an unexploitable OS.

    Neowin.net / All

  • A hack that's "unfixable" is a pretty bold claim, but that's just what researchers Vipin Kumar and Nitin Kumar have announced at the now-happening Hack in the Box security conference, and they seem ready to back it up.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Bragging about an "unfixable" exploit reminds me of bragging about an unexploitable OS.

    Neowin.net / All

  • A hack that's "unfixable" is a pretty bold claim, but that's just what researchers Vipin Kumar and Nitin Kumar have announced at the now-happening Hack in the Box security conference, and they seem ready to back it up.

    Engadget

  • A hack that's "unfixable" is a pretty bold claim, but that's just what researchers Vipin Kumar and Nitin Kumar have announced at the now-happening Hack in the Box security conference, and they seem ready to back it up.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Finally, a Windows 7 hack that might be "unfixable."

    Coffee Break: Apr. 24

  • That's odd, the 1986 Immigration Act in the U.S. (aka Amnesty) was enacted because so many illegals had crossed the border that it was considered unfixable and better to start over.

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  • Basically conservatives want to both pretend that everything is great and everyone is doing better and also recognize that things are getting worse and both blame liberals and then shrug and say it is hopeless and unfixable.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Wage Stagnation Debate

  • That's odd, the 1986 Immigration Act in the U.S. (aka Amnesty) was enacted because so many illegals had crossed the border that it was considered unfixable and better to start over.

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