Definition of unattainable in English:

unattainable

Syllabification: un·at·tain·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənəˈtānəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Not able to be reached or achieved: an unattainable goal
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  • Whether or not he achieves what many believe to be an unattainable goal is, in many ways, irrelevant.
  • These shows always stress the unattainable as a goal, whether it's a rich man, or a beautiful woman.
  • So far, cooperative parenting remains an unattainable goal for this couple.
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unattainableness

noun
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  • That they were unopenable reflected the natural unattainableness of recalled things.
  • Their glamorous aura of unattainableness makes them idols to millions of Japanese fans.
  • Iris is a poem on the unattainableness of one's beloved.

unattainably

adverb
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  • The end of things and their principles are unattainably hidden from him in impenetrable secrecy.
  • It even allows Pentium Extreme Edition 955 to outperform Athlon 64 X2 4800 +, which has always been unattainably fast for Intel dual-core processors.
  • The performance level set by the competitor's Athlon 64 solutions turned out unattainably high for the new Intel Prescott, therefore, these CPUs were steadily regarded as Intel's big failure.

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