Definitions

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  • adjective Unable to be tapped.

Etymologies

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From un- +‎ tappable.

Examples

  • Remember how Skype was supposed to be "untappable" due to end-to-end encryption?

    Techdirt

  • Remember how Skype was supposed to be "untappable" due to end-to-end encryption?

    Techdirt

  • Though, I will admit here, I didn't pull any punches, and that I continue to view SL as an untapped resource for writers, and, perhaps, as an inherently untappable resource, given the reluctance and/or inability of most of the "inhabitants" of SL to engage in fully immersive, simulationist roleplay, the sort that has the potential to create the interactive stories I've tried to foster there.

    A Tyranny of Commas, Apostrophes, and Misspellings.

  • So steps in Inspector Morosini Enrico Salerno, adorned in detective-specific trench coat and a god-awful hat that makes him completely untappable.

    The Bird With the Crystal Plumage (1970)

  • It was on his private com line, encrypted and untappable.

    Flinx's Folly

  • Both methods resulted in the formation of large burrs that eventually made the trees untappable.

    One River

  • Both methods resulted in the formation of large burrs that eventually made the trees untappable.

    One River

  • "I'm going to try a diversionary tactic," Gunderson said on untappable tight-beam.

    Postmark Ganymede

  • Declining budgets will affect both categories, while universities have unique problems, such as funded endowments that are untappable because of state rules governing historical levels.

    Microsoft Watch

  • Has there ever been a place with as much untappable potential as the chess store?

    United States Chess Federation

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