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  • adj. Incapable of being marked.


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un- +‎ markable


  • The corner of 116th and Avalon, where it all started, is quiet now, unmarked, virtually unmarkable: it's hard to imagine its placid beige and sky-blue stucco bungalows as the epicenter of anything.

    A New Message From Watts: Hope But Verify

  • Doing that is like firing at an inaccessible, unmarkable and indestructible target at an unknown distance, with a defective rifle and variable cartridges.

    A Modern Utopia

  • He's played in a way that looks unmarkable: first on the right, then on the left, then through the middle.

    Arsenal Mania

  • Tyrone, meanwhile, will be buoyed by their impressive Round 1 Qualifier win over Leitrim in which cousins Cathy and Lynda Donnelly were unmarkable, scoring four goals between them.

    RTÉ News

  • It is actually a rather unmarkable opinion: the 6th Circuit didn’t apply AEDPA properly and got smacked for not not doing so.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Sixth Circuit Now 0–4 in Habeas Cases This Term


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