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Definition of "unsupportable" []

  • Not able to be supported (adjective)
  • Not able to be defended (adjective)
  • Not able to be supported or endured. (adjective)

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Use "unsupportable" in a sentence
  • "What I call unsupportable is your assertion that “Medstory’s results on any medical query are far superior to anything delivered by any other engine.”"
  • ""We're not going to get back to that kind of unsupportable level of demand," said Brad Hunter, chief economist with Metrostudy, a real estate research and consulting firm."
  • "To a reasonable creature, that alone is unsupportable which is unreasonable; everything reasonable may be supported."