Definition of undefendable in English:

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undefendable

Pronunciation: /ʌndɪˈfɛndəb(ə)l/

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adjective

1Not justifiable by argument: his views are undefendable
More example sentences
  • The activities of members are also undefendable.
  • Payzant had declared Boston's student assignment plan "constitutionally undefendable."
  • When he can't properly or correctly defend his views, as they are undefendable, he sits back with an air of cockiness.
2Not able to be protected against attack: this border is undefendable
More example sentences
  • Furthermore, Canada is a large, mostly unpopulated landmass that is virtually undefendable.
  • Had the team done so, they would have been spread so thin that the site would have been undefendable.
  • This border is, in fact, undefendable.

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