Definitions

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  • adj. Not restorable; that cannot be restored.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ restorable

Examples

  • You are a poet, and you give an unrestorable day, when the sun is shining and the hills lie purple in the distance, to writing a sonnet.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • It is pointless, Frye says, to attempt to "restore an unrestorable landscape."

    Gettysburg Battle

  • File Shredder uses multi-pass technology to make deleted data unrestorable, even with sophisticated software

    gHacks technology news

  • • File Shredder uses multi-pass technology to make deleted data unrestorable, even with sophisticated software NEW!

    9down.com

  • The software finds all personal information and suggests its unrestorable erasure.

    Fileforum

  • Well, we have to figure out something, because Robert said that the film will be unrestorable by the end of the year ... we need to find a way to get MGM to know that the fans want the film saved, and that's why I believe we should notify cast members, stars who are fans of the film, people like Roger Ebert; you know, people whose stature in the industry can basically CONVINCE MGM to put up the money, that the film will be lost if MGM doesn't put up money to have it restored.

    Home Theater Forum

  • By 1976, Camelot will not only be forgot but unrestorable, if for no other reason than that Arthur's heir will by then be - cruelest fate of all - unmistakably fat. "

    LewRockwell.com

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