Definitions

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  • adj. Unable to be scored; not scorable.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ scorable

Examples

  • (I wonder if that flag was not waved months ago, when Democrats put forward a health care reform bill that proposed a substantial new entitlement, with only modest, unscorable, or not-neccesarily-deliverable savings attached.)

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  • Payne referred to this in his statement, but if irony is reality, the stiff breezes and chilly temperatures exposed Jones 'beauty as Johnson's beast -- what had always been a very playable course could now become unscorable.

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