unmaneuverable love

Definitions

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  • adjective Not maneuverable

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A-10 Thunderbolt II Relatively slow and unmaneuverable, A-10s were used during the war primarily in attacking armored units, suppressing air defenses and hunting Scuds.

    Did Saddam Blink?

  • It's a walkable city but still unmaneuverable for anyone in a wheelchair or even crutches.

    Weekly, in Urban Tulsa Weekly - BatesLine

  • “We had a slow, lumbering, relatively unmaneuverable aircraft,” said House International Relations Committee Chairman Henry Hyde; “they had a fighter plane.”

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • “We had a slow, lumbering, relatively unmaneuverable aircraft,” said House International Relations Committee Chairman Henry Hyde; “they had a fighter plane.”

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • Which meant unmaneuverable and slow—painfully and dangerously slow.

    Firestorm

  • Its size and the construction that makes such size possible render it practically unmaneuverable, but that won't matter.

    Icerigger

  • After removing the boat from the trailer, James coasted in hurricane force winds and unmaneuverable current before slamming into a utility pole.

    PAnews.com, Port Arthur, Texas Homepage

  • Utterly, completely unmaneuverable from an ideological position.

    Jihad Monitor

  • With continued operations that pin the enemy back into unmaneuverable positions we continue our progress forward.

    Mudville Gazette

  • Utterly, completely unmaneuverable from an ideological position.

    Jihad Monitor

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