unactable

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adjective un·act·able \ˌən-ˈak-tə-bəl\

Definition of unactable

  1. :  not capable of or suitable for being performed or portrayed :  not actable Stanley Kubrick, the director, has said of Nicholson that he brings to a role the one unactable quality—great intelligence. — Ron Rosenbaum an unactable script/play

1810

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1810

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