Definition of unbiddable in English:

unbiddable

Syllabification: un·bid·da·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈbidəbəl
 
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adjective

1Not easily controlled; unruly or disobedient.
More example sentences
  • Here were lives lived in the light of eternity, punctuated by tragedy, illuminated by the joy of unbiddable grace.
  • The animals having proved unbiddable, the president seems this week to have become the dog's cushion, bearing the imprint of whichever backside sat on him last.
  • Since the middle ages, the ruling class has regarded them as seething cesspits of humanity, undisciplined and unbiddable.
2(Of a card, suit, or hand) that cannot be bid or bid on: some hands would be unbiddable if we applied that rule to them
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  • Each trick taken by an opponent scores a value equal to the number of unbiddable tricks.

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