Definition of unusable in English:

unusable

Line breaks: un|usable
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈjuːzəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Not fit to be used: the steps were overgrown and unusable
More example sentences
  • This should eliminate the possibility of deliberate arsons because the timber is unusable three years after the fire.
  • I absolutely hate it when installing something screws your PC up so much that it is unusable.
  • The booking office at the station has been attacked twice and the stairwell on the northbound platform has been wrecked leaving it unusable.

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