unworkableness love


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  • noun The quality or state of being unworkable; lack of workableness.


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un- + work + -able + -ness


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  • Had not Pia had practical proof of the unworkableness of those theories?

    Antony Gray,—Gardener Leslie Moore

  • But, as I say, this scepticism is often tempered by guesses at a possibly hidden truth, and the confession that this truth may exist reveals the practical unworkableness of the unconditioned system, at least for Dreiser.

    A Book of Prefaces 1918

  • Prussia, the disloyal machinations of the court, the reactionary sentiment of La Vendée, the absolute unworkableness of the new constitution.

    Critical Miscellanies (Vol. 1 of 3) Essay 1: Robespierre John Morley 1880


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