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  • adv. In an unfixable manner.


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unfixable +‎ -ly


  • Because the strong version, that eternal straw-man, is completely, unfixably silly.

    I blame Sartorias

  • Yet I always looked upon them, especially the one errant tooth, as a reminder that I could make all the cosmetic changes I wanted, and still be basically, unfixably flawed.

    romulan ale

  • Gawker took the opportunity to remind readers that its own Richard Lawson had already pronounced the show "really, truly horrendously and unfixably bad down to its bones".

    The Guardian World News

  • I understand the rhetorical value of saying the settlement is unfixably bad, but I doubt that Rotenberg and EPIC really want to bar Google from the online book business completely.

    The Laboratorium

  • Difficult because this was the ultimate spiral staircase, the cosmic unfixably broken elevator, the ultimate inaccessibility nightmare.

    Chicago Reader

  • A computer worm that spreads through low security networks, memory sticks, and PCs without the latest security updates is posing a growing threat to users blitheringly stupid enough [today. com] to still think Windows is not ridiculously and unfixably insecure by design.

    Medlogs - Recent stories


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