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  • adj. That cannot be mended.


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un- +‎ mendable


  • Herr Schwarzenegger is solely responsible for the dejected, fractured and seemingly unmendable GOP in California.

    Tiger Woods And Barack Obama

  • Rather than waste time trying to mend an unmendable halakhah, Plaskow argues, women should remake theological discourse.

    Judith Plaskow.

  • Over the next year and a half, the rift became unmendable.

    Armstrong Williams: Mfume Booted Out of NAACP

  • 'I give you permission to dispatch me if it's unmendable … although I might still be good for stud duties.'

    The Falcons of Montabard

  • If an epidemic were to hit America as it has in Africa, the disaster would be unmendable.

    Strange Dream.

  • It seemed I must burst into pieces, like a bladder pumped too full of air, little scraps of me flying outwards in every direction, irretrievable, unmendable.


  • Her hull had stress fractures and unmendable flash burns.


  • This, in cleaning or washing, _contracts_ and leaves the buttonhole edging, and in a few cleanings it is a mass of unmendable rags.

    Chats on Old Lace and Needlework

  • Here tailors are constantly at work mending garments apparently unmendable, pressing, steaming, patching, sewing on buttons.

    Kings, Queens and Pawns An American Woman at the Front

  • And that new entail is as unbreakable as the old broken one is unmendable.

    Quiet Talks on John's Gospel


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