unattainably

ADVERB
  1. in an unattainable manner or to an unattainable degree
    this house is unattainably expensive
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How To Use unattainably In A Sentence

  • It even allows Pentium Extreme Edition 955 to outperform Athlon 64 X2 4800 +, which has always been unattainably fast for Intel dual-core processors.
  • To me, when I think of celebrities (actors, musicians, etc), it's like they are up on his unattainably high pedestal, almost not like the rest of us. Christian Serratos, The ‘Twilight’ Tuesday Star, Eager To Say ‘Yes’ To An Impressive Career » MTV Movies Blog
  • Unsurprisingly, high-achieving celebs are prone to it, often setting unattainably high standards for themselves. The Sun
  • By the time you are old enough to visit the place, your expectations of it are unattainably high.
  • The end of things and their principles are unattainably hidden from him in impenetrable secrecy.
  • Where do you go all these nights?" asked Aurelia, his unattainably highborn girlfriend, whom he often wooed by reciting Andreas Cappelanus on the art of courtly love: medieval literature having been among his best courses at Amherst. 'Palace Council'
  • When we are obsessed with feeling sorry for ourselves, we are caught in the dualistic appearance of ourselves as a seemingly concrete "me," inherently alone, and of these people as seemingly concrete, unattainably distant "you. 20 Dissolving Disturbing Emotions into Underlying Deep Awareness
  • The performance level set by the competitor's Athlon 64 solutions turned out unattainably high for the new Intel Prescott, therefore, these CPUs were steadily regarded as Intel's big failure.
  • If denial of Leibniz equivalence is a blunder so egregious that no competent mathematician would make it, then our standards for competence have become unattainably high, for they must exclude David Hilbert in 1915 at the height of his powers. The Hole Argument
  • While we know that obesity is also a national concern, it is frightening to acknowledge the degree to which girls and women are discontent with the body they have, want a body that is unattainably thin for 98 percent of natural body shapes, are angry at their body imperfections, and are obsessed with fixing their shape. Beth Weinstock: Gloria Steinem Is Alive and Well, Reminding Us 'That Perfect Is Boring' and 'Beauty Is Irregular'
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