Definition of unsalvageable in English:

unsalvageable

Line breaks: un|sal¦vage|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsalvɪdʒəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Impossible to retrieve or preserve from potential loss or destruction: as many as 160,000 homes may be unsalvageable
More example sentences
  • By the time they got there, the 106-year-old, three-story gabled house, on the graceful Esplanade, was engulfed in flames and unsalvageable.
  • Hardware was found to be worn out and unsalvageable.
  • The psychiatrists and other medical staff avoided this ward, making only the bare minimum of calls and writing off the patients there as unsalvageable.

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