un·​di·​ag·​nos·​able | \ ˌən-ˌdī-ig-ˈnō-sə-bəl How to pronounce undiagnosable (audio) , -əg-, -zə-\

Definition of undiagnosable

: incapable of being diagnosed : not diagnosable an undiagnosable illness/problem

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The older the former player, the less likely that diseases like Alzheimer’s, ALS or dementia can be attributed solely to football; CTE remains undiagnosable in the living. S.l. Price, SI.com, "‘I Feel Lost. I Feel Like a Child’: The Complicated Decline of Nick Buoniconti," 9 May 2017 At age 15, Marsella had undiagnosable auto-immune issues. CBS News, "Spider-Man brings hospital patient to "Homecoming" premiere," 7 July 2017

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First Known Use of undiagnosable

1926, in the meaning defined above

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un·​di·​ag·​nos·​able | \ -ˌdī-ig-ˈnō-sə-bəl How to pronounce undiagnosable (audio) \

Medical Definition of undiagnosable

: not capable of being diagnosed an undiagnosable complaint

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