Examples of undrinkable in a Sentence
The water was undrinkable and had to be boiled.
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Cold food numbs the taste buds just a bit, dulling our sensitivity to subtle flavors — which is partially why cheap beer can taste perfectly acceptable chilled, but almost undrinkable warm.
Food was running low, and the water became undrinkable.
A bloom fed by farm runoff in western Lake Erie rendered Toledo's water supply undrinkable for several days in 2014, affecting roughly 500,000 people.
Tap water is undrinkable, youth unemployment is estimated at 60 percent.
Tarte and those outside his home said eliminating the buffer could send lawn chemicals into the Catawba River and its lakes, making the water undrinkable and dangerous.
Ronito Eresari, 42, a farmer in the village, said the river had been muddied with nickel laterite, making well water undrinkable and killing the freshwater mollusks that villagers once collected from the banks.
Shockingly, as profits soared for many megafarmers like the Resnicks, many local residents only had access to expensive and nearly undrinkable water.
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