Definitions

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  • adjective Impossible to fund or to find funding for.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ fundable

Examples

  • First of all he tells us that the agreed programme is completely unfundable - in other words, not worth the paper its written on.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • First of all he tells us that the agreed programme is completely unfundable - in other words, not worth the paper its written on.

    Now Wigley asks questions.

  • They value everyone's hours equally, intentionally fund community service and development work that it often unfundable, and they operate more like a relationship-driven gift economy than a currency, with generosity the rule.

    Mira Luna: No Money? No Problem!

  • The libs want nothing less than another unfunded and unfundable entitlement program.

    House GOP outlines health care bill

  • The Swiss federal government's ethics committee on non-human biotechnology has mapped out guidelines to help granting agencies decide which research applications deeply offend the dignity of plants — and hence become unfundable (see Nature News, 23 April 2008; subscription required).

    Science

  • No new unfunded or unfundable entitlement program.

    Sources: White House considers drafting health care bill

  • So I'm really glad that we'll throw another unfundable plan on the books.

    Key Democrat predicts final health bill will have 'some form' of public option

  • The last thing we need is another unfunded and unfundable entitlement program.

    Key senator unveils long-awaited health-care proposal

  • The Swiss federal government's ethics committee on non-human biotechnology has mapped out guidelines to help granting agencies decide which research applications deeply offend the dignity of plants — and hence become unfundable (see Nature News, 23 April 2008; subscription required).

    Maintaining the dignity of plants

  • The Swiss federal government's ethics committee on non-human biotechnology has mapped out guidelines to help granting agencies decide which research applications deeply offend the dignity of plants — and hence become unfundable (see Nature News, 23 April 2008; subscription required).

    Maintaining the dignity of plants

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