Definition of unstoppable
: incapable of being stopped an unstoppable army an unstoppable rise to power
unstoppablyplay \ˌən-ˈstä-pə-blē\ adverb
Examples of unstoppable in a Sentence
At this point in the campaign, he appears to be unstoppable.
at this point she's so far ahead in the polls that she's unstoppable
Recent Examples of unstoppable from the Web
Atsu cut onto his left foot from the edge of the box and unleashed an unstoppable shot past keeper Lee Camp, which was his first for the club.
Larger forces in American life have stalled the seemingly unstoppable progressive momentum of the postwar period.
But by the end of season six, the show was an unstoppable ratings juggernaut, watched by upwards of 25 million Americans each week.
Who doesn't want to tone up their muscles while feeling powerful and unstoppable?
The unstoppable force, Amazon, is going to roll over the grocery industry and bring food delivery to the masses.
Given that lead, the Echo is beginning to look unstoppable.
Singer was seemingly unstoppable until Duplantis took him yard in the sixth inning and Kevin O'Sullivan sent three pitchers to the bullpen just in case.
According to ESPN college analyst Jay Bilas, Fox is the fastest player in the draft – almost unstoppable in the open court, a natural right-hander who shoots and dribbles with his left, and is a consistent jump shot away from NBA stardom.
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UNSTOPPABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unstoppable for English Language Learners
: not able to be stopped
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