Definitions

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  • adj. Not scratchable; impossible to scratch.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ scratchable

Examples

  •            If I could pinpoint the beginning of my pain, the unscratchable itch on my back, the urge for me to be driving down the road like a madman, it would all come down to these three little words — Frances Rosemary Lender.

    Saving Grace

  • I understand Blu-rays are unscratchable, but kids have their ways.

    Universal To Introduce New DVD/Blu-Ray Flipper Disc | /Film

  • An amputee has a bizarre itch in his missing hand: unscratchable, it torments him.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • By fobbing off Ricci's unscratchable itch as an emotional deficiency, Brewer perpetuates the stereotype of the insatiable woman as head case, when in reality some women have their G-spot buried so deep inside that it takes a penis of above-average length to reach it.

    Only chain a man can stand

  • Personally this “unscratchable” crap will go out the window in the first two days.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - PS3 is gonna be SLOW!!!!

  • Furniture upholstery included, rugs, draperies, unscratchable floors — all are made of synthetic fabric or waterproof plastic.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • At one point sober Gernisavien found herself in the undignified position of dancing with a centaur — lifted high in Raul's strong arms as his hooves tapped their own rhythm on the unscratchable crystal floor.

    Prayers To Broken Stones

  • Dealing with an unscratchable itch and without the later comfort of doing it on my own like she had, because I'd never found that much fun.

    Slay Ride

  • Also the biting ants may pursue you up to your aery perch and take small but effective bites in many itchable but unscratchable points.

    In Africa Hunting Adventures in the Big Game Country

  • Limburger cheese, Chinese pens, and watch-charms made of a stone unscratchable with steel instruments, yet polished and tinted like the inner coat of a sea-shell.

    Roughing It, Part 6.

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