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  • adj. Impossible to revive.


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un- +‎ revivable


  • But trouble lurks: Roxy is found strapped into her equipment and unrevivable in her garage; she's stuck in mystic limbo, you surmise.

    Some Games To Keep You Mystified

  • I keep thinking I should write an "Obscure Musicals" post on the 1957 show Jamaica, which was a hit, and produced one of my favorite cast albums of all time, even though the show itself is basically unrevivable.

    A Song I Like

  • Most of the musical comedies that The Producers is trying to harken back to, the raucous, innuendo-filled, schtick-laden musical comedies, were star vehicles, so associated with a particular talent or talents as to be unrevivable without them.

    Autumn For Hitler

  • In particular, operas by Lully, Charpentier and Rameau, thought by many experts to be unrevivable, were triumphantly recalled to life and preserved for posterity, thanks to the artistry and near-genius of groups such as William Christie's Les Arts Florissants.

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  • Note my naive belief that the early 80s were somehow unrevivable!



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