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Definition of "untractable" []

  • Intractable. (adjective)

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Use "untractable" in a sentence
  • "The Captain began to find he had a very untractable pupil to manage, when, while they were arguing together,"
  • "He begins to be timid, suspicious, and untractable, and I fear Jenny will soon bend her brows on him in vain."
  • "“To which of those happy propositions is your Duke so much wedded that contradiction will make him unreasonable and untractable?”"