Definitions

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  • adjective impossible to replace

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Examples

  • They have tried to find a new person to play the roll, but folk who enjoyed this magnificent show, me included, still think that Linda Carter will always be unreplaceable as Wonder Woman.

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  • As I observe each moment go by, I know I've experienced a moment that will never happen again, unreplaceable and dear.

    TEXAS FAITH: What do your spiritual paths say about the role of play? | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • And then one day my hard drive crashed, losing hundreds of gigs of files, many of which were unreplaceable.

    Unsolicited Testimonial: Mozy - Anil Dash

  • But, of course, the political party of whom the president is the (unreplaceable) leader has every incentive, psychological as well as political, to be loyal once the alternative is viewed as the prospect of losing power to the dreaded opposition.

    Balkinization

  • Unfortunately, Worms, Trojans and viruses have, over the years, wiped out unreplaceable engineering data, accounting records and other data, as well as costing our staff thousands of hours.

    Blaster Master fire storm

  • It shows the brothers stenciling Apple iPod posters all over New York City with the message "iPod's unreplaceable battery lasts only 18 months."

    A Thin Line Between Apple's 'Genius Bar' and Insanity

  • Unfortunately, Worms, Trojans and viruses have, over the years, wiped out unreplaceable engineering data, accounting records and other data, as well as costing our staff thousands of hours.

    Blaster Master fire storm

  • She filled the void with increased dedication to her studies and, later in her career, when Charles still seemed to be unreplaceable, with patients, writing, and work in the professional association.

    Shrink Dreams

  • She filled the void with increased dedication to her studies and, later in her career, when Charles still seemed to be unreplaceable, with patients, writing, and work in the professional association.

    Shrink Dreams

  • She filled the void with increased dedication to her studies and, later in her career, when Charles still seemed to be unreplaceable, with patients, writing, and work in the professional association.

    Shrink Dreams

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