from The Century Dictionary.

  • That cannot be made.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of unmakeable.


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  • Undeterred by industry professionals who sniffed that the film was "unmakable," Potter, who wrote her first treatment for

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  • Among Harmon's "unmakable" feats: expanding the Bozo the Clown franchise to dozens of television stations across North America, while managing WGN's "Bozo" for 41 years - the longest run of all. -

  • "The contract was unmakable against that defense."


  • Berg explains that although they've since modified the movie to be more appealing to wider audiences, it has "remained surprisingly sexual, violent and true in spirit to an original script that was viewed as brilliant but unmakable."

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  • Why Westerns, a stable genre since movies began, suddenly became almost unmakable is finance.


  • About the series - it could be done if they did it like the stand alone ova - ie. different story but if they want to make it as good as the series it needs to be the series, cost zillions of billions and will be unmakable.

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  • She sinks the 15, the 12, and the 9 before a bad leave forces her to try an unmakable two-rail shot.

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  • Far from protesting, the skilled workers resolutely shouldered the burden of making unmakable designs, often by means of lengthy adjustments and fitting of parts.

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  • “You think that this contract, unmakable a couple of minutes ago, is now unbeatable?”


  • But just as 4 ♠ was unmakable, so 5 ◊ appeared to be unbeatable, and when it looked as if that would be the final contract, the Hog came in fearlessly with 5 ੥.



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