Definition of unstoppable in English:

unstoppable

Line breaks: un|stop¦pable
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈstɒpəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Impossible to stop or prevent: an unstoppable left-foot volley
More example sentences
  • Few predicted weeks ago that so many people would turn out to stop the unstoppable, and I was certainly not among them.
  • Can Bruce figure out a way to stop an unstoppable foe when he can barely get out of bed?
  • He opened the scoring after 25 minutes with an unstoppable left foot drive into the roof of the net.

Derivatives

unstoppability

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • The tickets are issued; the process has begun with almost glacial unstoppability until offender coughs up amount of fine.
  • It has been sobering, though, contemplating the terrible unstoppability of water.
  • This, combined with the endless paragraph and the often very long sentences, produces a hallucinatory effect, and also one of unstoppability.

unstoppably

adverb
More example sentences
  • Then it was part of the smooth surge, pumping rhythmically through the interlacing curves of the vascular complex, flowing through steadily widening channels, headed swiftly and unstoppably for the brain.
  • For as the American-led Coalition Provisional Authority accelerates, apparently unstoppably, towards a handover of sovereignty in Iraq to a transitional government next summer, a critical question is emerging.
  • It is often said to portray the German tanks rolling unstoppably into the city; but by this time Shostakovich was communicating covertly in his music with those who were really listening, and it is more than just that.

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