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incompletable

Line breaks: in|com¦plet|able
Pronunciation: /ɪnkəmˈpliːtəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of incompletable in English:

adjective

rare
Unable to be completed.
Example sentences
  • So if extrapolation from our own case is involved in the idea of what it is like to be a bat, the extrapolation must be incompletable.
  • First, determining the right kind of dependence is difficult. Not merely difficult, but maybe essentially incompletable.
  • It may be portable, but there are so many bugs such as visibly unresponsive switches and levers, the game is pretty much incompletable.

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