Examples of unaccountable in a Sentence
She has shown an unaccountable reluctance to accept their offer.
the decorator's client has an unaccountable dislike for that color
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This ad sends the message that Quist is just as tied to the donor class, just as beholden to special interests, just as bereft of ideas and just as condescending to the struggles of ordinary Americans as a distant, dreaded, unaccountable elite.
Congress, through the impeachment power, is a more obviously proper agent than an unaccountable prosecutor would be. 2.
The CFPB also is far from a rogue agency, unaccountable to the public.
As a result, the planned regulatory bodies are given powers that could be exercised in non-transparent and unaccountable ways.
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UNACCOUNTABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unaccountable for English Language Learners
: not able to be explained : strange or mysterious
: not required to explain actions or decisions
: not required to be responsible for something
UNACCOUNTABLE Defined for Kids
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