Definitions

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  • adjective That cannot be opposed.

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  • adjective not opposable

Etymologies

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un- +‎ opposable

Examples

  • Obama is the uncriticizable, unopposable candidate: If you breathe a word against him, you must don the scarlet R for you know what.

    Woof

  • Obama is the uncriticizable, unopposable candidate: If you breathe a word against him, you must don the scarlet R for you know what.

    Woof

  • But rather than be offended by this single example of Republican hypocrisy, you have to see it as part of the bigger picture, in which Republicans have simply decided that rules just don't apply to them, and any rules or laws that get in the way of their absolute and unopposable power have to be discarded.

    11/01/2004 - 12/01/2004

  • But rather than be offended by this single example of Republican hypocrisy, you have to see it as part of the bigger picture, in which Republicans have simply decided that rules just don't apply to them, and any rules or laws that get in the way of their absolute and unopposable power have to be discarded.

    Canadian Cynic

  • But rather than be offended by this single example of Republican hypocrisy, you have to see it as part of the bigger picture, in which Republicans have simply decided that rules just don't apply to them, and any rules or laws that get in the way of their absolute and unopposable power have to be discarded.

    Archive 2004-11-01

  • It made him unopposable in the arena and maintained his power.

    Time Streams

  • The women could joke about marriage and children the way Italians joke about the Church, because it is there, solid, unmovable, unopposable, undefeatable.

    The Women’s Room

  • The women could joke about marriage and children the way Italians joke about the Church, because it is there, solid, unmovable, unopposable, undefeatable.

    The Women’s Room

  • The women could joke about marriage and children the way Italians joke about the Church, because it is there, solid, unmovable, unopposable, undefeatable.

    The Women’s Room

  • But common experience proves that, in impressionable persons, the activity of nerves and imagination stimulated by works of art has the possessive and unopposable force of a dream, and controls the physical organism, sometimes with quite inaesthetic consequences.

    Unprintable

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