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unputdownable

Line breaks: un|put¦down|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnpʊtˈdaʊnəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of unputdownable in English:

adjective

informal
(Of a book) so engrossing that one cannot stop reading it: ‘this book is unputdownable!’ screech the publicists
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  • The Unfortunates by Laurie Graham was my unputdownable book of the year.
  • Soft-spoken Italians, as Frances Stonor Saunders explains in this superb and quite unputdownable book, found Hawkwood's name impossible to pronounce.
  • Those who have read Karin Slaughter's previous novels and were looking forward to another unputdownable book will not be disappointed.

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