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Definition of "unreformable" [unreformable]

  • That cannot be reformed. (adjective)

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Use "unreformable" in a sentence
  • "Nevertheless, he is described as a "major Gaulliste" and in turn is describing EMU as "unreformable", leading to a monetary squeeze that was driving the French economy into slump."
  • "The failure of the post-Stalin Soviet Union to deal with the dictator's legacy made the state inherently unstable and probably unreformable."
  • "Some analysts say the whole Soviet system was unreformable and any change was bound to lead to an unstoppable process of increasingly dramatic transformation."
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