Definitions

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  • adjective That cannot be trained.

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Examples

  • "This whole thing about cats being untrainable is ingrained in society, and it's a myth," Shields says.

    Agility contests for cats? It's purr for the course

  • Unemployment remained high throughout the New Deal years; business simply would not hire more people, especially the low skilled and supposedly "untrainable" men who had been unemployed for years and lost any job skill they once had.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Unemployment remained high throughout the New Deal years; business simply would not hire more people, especially the low skilled and supposedly "untrainable" men who had been unemployed for years and lost any job skill they once had.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Unemployment remained high throughout the New Deal years; business simply would not hire more people, especially the low skilled and supposedly "untrainable" men who had been unemployed for years and lost any job skill they once had.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Unemployment remained high throughout the New Deal years; business simply would not hire more people, especially the low skilled and supposedly "untrainable" men who had been unemployed for years and lost any job skill they once had. fiscal policy -- the government could provide the needed stimulus through the "multiplier" effect.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Unemployment remained high throughout the New Deal years; business simply would not hire more people, especially the low skilled and supposedly "untrainable" men who had been unemployed for years and lost any job skill they once had. fiscal policy -- the government could provide the needed stimulus through the "multiplier" effect.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • If you are at your wit's end with your "untrainable" dog, don't give up-there is hope!

    The Delphos Herald

  • Unemployment remained high throughout the New Deal years; business simply would not hire more people, especially the low skilled and supposedly "untrainable" men who had been unemployed for years and lost any job skill they once had.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Unemployment remained high throughout the New Deal years; business simply would not hire more people, especially the low skilled and supposedly "untrainable" men who had been unemployed for years and lost any job skill they once had. fiscal policy -- the government could provide the needed stimulus through the "multiplier" effect.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Unemployment remained high throughout the New Deal years; business simply would not hire more people, especially the low skilled and supposedly "untrainable" men who had been unemployed for years and lost any job skill they once had. fiscal policy -- the government could provide the needed stimulus through the "multiplier" effect.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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