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unremovable Line breaks: un|re¦mov¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnrɪˈmuːvəb(ə)l/

Definition of unremovable in English:


Not able to be removed: the incompetent directors are effectively unremovable
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  • It's atom-sized, it's a mote - a tiny little piece of dust that's unremovable and feels like a microscopic coarseness when I run my index finger over it.
  • He has revolutionised Test cricket with his policy of scoring runs fast, yet on a dodgy wicket he is perhaps the most unremovable batsman spawned.
  • All three DVDs contain director's filmographies and biographies, a hazy, mostly unenlightening historical sketch of the pink film, and unremovable, headache-inducing ‘white-on-white’ subtitles.

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