Definitions

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  • adj. Impossible or undesirable to smoke.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ smokable

Examples

  • I judge by the price only; if it costs above 5 cents I know it to be either foreign or half foreign & unsmokable — by me.

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • Frequently he was at great pains to relight a pipe which contained nothing but charred remnants of tobacco and a moist, unsmokable mixture which afforded only a somewhat offensive taste and aroma.

    The Forfeit

  • I know it to be either foreign or half foreign & unsmokable -- by me.

    Mark Twain, a Biography — Volume III, Part 1: 1900-1907

  • In the show windows the packages of tobacco were heaped up like so many bricks, and monstrous unsmokable cigars, wrapped in tinfoil as if they were sausages, glitteringly displayed their absurd size; through the doors of the Hebrew shops, free of any decoration, could be seen the shelves laden with rolls of silk and velvet, or the rich silk laces hanging from the ceiling.

    Luna Benamor

  • What if the bread be uneatable, the coffee undrinkable, and the tobacco unsmokable?

    The Subterranean Brotherhood

  • Corn prices up b/c we use it to make ethanol, takes more land, fertilizers and resources than hemp (unsmokable) but yet the US can't even make a scientific rationalilzation that it and marijuana are total different species.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

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