unplayable

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adjective un·play·able \ˌən-ˈplā-ə-bəl\

Definition of unplayable

  1. :  not capable of being played or suitable to be played :  not playable a golf course rendered unplayable by heavy rains dealt an unplayable card music so complex as to be almost unplayable Service is my strong point at tennis. I am inaccurate, but vigorous, and occasionally send in a quite unplayable shot. — P. G. Wodehouse found the ball in an unplayable lie [=a position that does not allow a shot to be made]

1806

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1806

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