Definition of inapplicable in English:

inapplicable

Line breaks: in|applic|able
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈaplɪkəb(ə)l
 
, ɪnəˈplɪk-/

adjective

Derivatives

inapplicability

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
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  • But although this piece consigns specific spheres for women, it is also simultaneously subverting the idea of ‘true womanhood’ and critiquing the inapplicability of such standards for many black girls.
  • But when we can realize the inapplicability of our ideas about who we are and what we need to be - our ‘non-existence,’ in Buddhist terms - then our genuine life can disclose itself unimpeded.
  • Given the inapplicability of statistical methods to macroscopic systems, it is true that associating entropy with the disorder of a room can be misleading.

inapplicably

adverb
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  • The word ‘landscape’ can't ever have been used so unsettlingly and inapplicably.
  • The soundtrack is used to an excellent degree of suitability and helps add an extra taste of pop-culture to the film's inapplicably strained style.

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