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nonadjustable Syllabification: non·ad·just·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌnänəˈjəstəbəl/

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Definition of nonadjustable in English:

adjective

Not subject to adjustment or modification: nonadjustable legs
More example sentences
  • The stirrups were also short and nonadjustable, forcing the team members to ride with their knees uncomfortably bent.
  • This is a stout, machined-aluminum reel with a simple, nonadjustable drag - fine for eight-inch trout.
  • With minimal cant and nonadjustable legs, the bipod will be limited to use on flat terrain.

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