adjective un·seiz·able \¦ən¦sēzəbəl\

Definition of unseizable

  1. :  incapable of being seized an unshorn lamb … now ran round, bleating, terror-stricken, and unseizable — Israel Zangwill noticed an unseizable resemblance between these second cousins — John Galsworthy remains as unseizable to their wits as a high flight of metaphysics — R. L. Stevenson


noun, plural


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Origin and Etymology of unseizable

1un- + seize + -able

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capable of being understood in two ways

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