from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not of the proper size, magnitude, or bulk.


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  • They very soon become round-shouldered, limp and weak, and drink little but unsizable sighs, and feed on all manner of dark and unhealthy things.

    Punchinello, Volume 1, No. 11, June 11, 1870 Various

  • Twang, twang, twang, still went the horn; and when the huntsman reached the unicorn-crested gates, between tea-caddy looking lodges, he found himself in possession of a clear majority of his unsizable pack.

    Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour Robert Smith Surtees 1833

  • I am not without hopes, that by this method I shall bring some unsizable friends of mine into shape and breadth, as well as others, who are languid and consumptive, into health and vigour.

    Isaac Bickerstaff, physician and astrologer Richard Steele 1700

  • Please help first when I go to crop an image the box makes a unsizable box.

    Digital Point Forums jcv1972 2010


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