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  • adj. Impossible to lift.


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un- +‎ liftable


  • Dashiell would have waved back, but his own arm felt as though it were made of bronze and was unliftable.

    The Position

  • In 1954 the so-called H-bomb - the first primitive, unliftable thermonuclear device - multiplied by almost

    Philip Noel-Baker - Nobel Lecture

  • If he wants to lift the unliftable rock to prove that he can, well, He's God.

    Truthdig: Drilling Beneath the Headlines

  • I don’t know about you, but if someone gave me an unliftable bag of processed food that was collected off a factory floor, I would consider ending my relationship with that person.

    feminist blogs in english » 2009 » June

  • So here are Bottega Venetas, whose distinctive woven leather is itself the calling card; limp Balenciagas, announcing themselves by their louche strings and faintly sinister studs; and massive Paddington Chloes — as if they weren’t weighty enough, they have been further encumbered with brass locks and keys, making them virtually unliftable by anyone over 25.

    Carried Away


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