from The Century Dictionary.
- Not shiftable; shiftless; helpless.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective That may �ot be shifted.
- adjective obsolete Shiftless; helpless.
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- adjective Impossible to
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The government at the same time had the power as always to take all the resources it wanted, because it signs the cheques and because it can print any money it needs, so its claims resemble another unshiftable millstone.
When it's done well, the bag is firm, its contents unshiftable, its weight just right.
Manchester City are likely to encounter similar problems very soon as Eastlands starts to resemble an unsuccessful furniture shop, full of unshiftable stools.
Nothing makes me feel more virtuous and pure than donning a faded, imitation-adidas tracksuit top with fraying shoulder stripes and unshiftable pie-juice stains on the left sleeve.