Definitions

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  • adj. Not mappable; that cannot be mapped.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ mappable

Examples

  • The story followed Arjun as he attempted to weave his way through the unmappable Ararat to find his god and take him home.

    REVIEW: Gears of the City by Felix Gilman

  • Many a ruler of the various empires that had chosen Aressa Sessamo for their capital were saved from invaders by this natural, unmappable, three-hundred-mile series of moats and obstacles.

    Pathfinder

  • For poetry as well may be described as "the appearance of lost inwardness," an impossible event yielding unmappable places and unreal combinations of social being.

    Club Monad

  • Omnizone is another gallery project of artists trying to map the unmappable.

    Can You Visualize the Web? « Lorelle on WordPress

  • CTraid assist works to make the health, buffs and aim of each player visible to all and particularly to the raid leader, auctioneer gathers information about the auction houses and makes a lot of additional information available about each object you pick up, atlas offers maps of the unmappable instances, other options displays the time of spells put on you, benvolent or malicious, flightpaths, or your readiness to role-play or not.

    UI mods and HUD

  • In the great ruined castle of Kastro, high above Travliata and Mitakata, the martial spectres of Romans demanded passwords of Normans and French, and the shades of British redcoats played at dice with those of Turks, Catalans and Venetians amongst the dank and unmappable labyrinth of subterranean cisterns, tunnels and mines.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • Additionally, from more than 10,000 short reads that were discarded by Tophat (unmappable to genome sequences or splicing junctions), many splicing junctions between distant exons were identified by SAW.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • It is an unmappable ocean of ice that is constantly on the move, breaking up, melting and re-forming.

    The Guardian World News

  • We know that our wealth and comfort are achieved at the price of others 'suffering and exploitation, that our smallest actions contribute to ecological catastrophe, but the causal chains connecting our actions with their consequences are so complicated as to be unmappable - they lie far beyond not only our experience, and any possible experience.

    k-punk

  • Apparently an "ls - al" showed me the right permissions (not just unmappable numeric UIDs or something of that kind) and an "id - a" confirmed that my LDAP PAM configuration still worked.

    Planet Debian

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