Definitions

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  • adjective Not capable of being steered.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ steerable

Examples

  • The sidecar rose like a cork, unsteerable but at least still airborne.

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

  • The sidecar rose like a cork, unsteerable but at least still airborne.

    Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows

  • From now on, Lebedev would be almost unsteerable-but that did not matter; all the tricky navigation lay behind her.

    The Wind from The Sun

  • The vessel was, in fact, unsteerable; the enormous weight of the engines at the bows prevented her obeying the helm.

    A Day's Tour A Journey through France and Belgium by Calais, Tournay, Orchies, Douai, Arras, Béthune, Lille, Comines, Ypres, Hazebrouck, Berg

  • Other inventors had a little more luck, but roller skating didn't take off with the public for the next hundred years, possibly due to the fact that all of their designs were virtually unsteerable, difficult to stop, and required tremendous exertion in order to move at all.

    The Spark of Yahoo!

  • Other inventors had a little more luck, but roller skating didn't take off with the public for the next hundred years, possibly due to the fact that all of their designs were virtually unsteerable, difficult to stop, and required tremendous exertion in order to move at all.

    The Spark of Yahoo!

  • Like say, the experience of being a jockey riding a nearly unsteerable rocket while careening around a gladiator style arena.

    OhGizmo!

  • Other inventors had a little more luck, but roller skating didn't take off with the public for the next hundred years, possibly due to the fact that all of their designs were virtually unsteerable, difficult to stop, and required tremendous exertion in order to move at all.

    The Spark of Yahoo!

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