Definitions

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  • adj. That is not capable of being taken.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ takable

Examples

  • "untakable," and second, that if by any miraculous procedure they succeeded in breaking the German line, they could not _hold_ what they had taken.

    The Fight for the Argonne Personal Experiences of a 'Y' Man

  • Gibr al Tairat itself was not so thoroughly untakable, but Las Cascadas's harbor was so well protected no enemy fleet could hope to enter.

    The Skrayling Tree

  • Once again it was Garth's vantage, and once again Ronnie's arm swung high for an untakable smasher.

    The Rosary

  • The castle, defiant, untakable save by long siege and famine, held for

    Foes

  • Done enough times, they could help take an “untakable” castle like Ivo the Cruel’s.

    Playing Easy to Get

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