Definition of unget-at-able in English:

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unget-at-able

Pronunciation: /ʌnɡɛtˈatəb(ə)l/

adjective

informal
Inaccessible: unget-at-able towns
More example sentences
  • George Orwell, who came here to write 1984, described it as ‘an extremely unget-at-able place.’
  • They are usually deepest and most unget-at-able just where critical thought is most needed in morals, religion and politics.
  • Nevertheless, materials and technologies as used in its construction embody a standard, which for the time being remains unget-at-able in the Lithuanian housing market.

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