Definitions

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  • adjective Impossible to sack (expel from one's job).

Etymologies

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un- +‎ sackable

Examples

  • Well, well, well - it sounds as though Andrew Lansley's loose lips may have cost him his hitherto "unsackable" status.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • Well, well, well - it sounds as though Andrew Lansley's loose lips may have cost him his hitherto "unsackable" status.

    Now Lansley is sackable

  • David Cameron defends Andy Coulson - but says no one is 'unsackable'

    The Guardian World News

  • David Cameron defends Andy Coulson - but says no one is 'unsackable'

    The Guardian World News

  • David Cameron defends Andy Coulson - but says no one is 'unsackable'

    The Guardian World News

  • Recently the Mail published a devastating account by a whistleblower who revealed a culture of absenteeism, rampant inefficiency and 'unsackable' staff at the London council where he works as a senior planning officer.

    Home | Mail Online

  • David Cameron defends Andy Coulson - but says no one is 'unsackable'

    The Guardian World News

  • David Cameron defends Andy Coulson - but says no one is 'unsackable'

    The Guardian World News

  • Mr Cameron said that no-one in his team was "unsackable", but added that Number 10's press office had not attracted as much controversy under Mr Coulson's tenure as it did when Labour figures like Alastair Campbell and Damian McBride were in place.

    The Guardian World News

  • Mr Cameron said that no-one in his team was ''unsackable'', but added that Number 10's press office had not attracted as much controversy under Mr Coulson's tenure as it did when

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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