undefendable

ADJECTIVE
  1. not defended or capable of being defended
    an open city
    open to attack
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How To Use undefendable In A Sentence

  • Abandon the undefendable settlements, keep the strategic bits and literally build a wall around the remainder.
  • Stop defending the undefendable just hate it like everyone else. Why the Star Wars Prequels Are Actually Good (Part 2)
  • Furthermore, Canada is a large, mostly unpopulated landmass that is virtually undefendable.
  • I've harped on about this before, but was interested in Bryan Caplan's critqiue of the Levy-Peart project: I'm going after analytical egalitarians because they're wasting their talent and energy defending the undefendable. Baffled by "Analytical Egalitarianism", Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • The activities of members are also undefendable.
  • Shame on you trying to defend an undefendable criminal regime!
  • Mr Waller, who is a member of the Yorkshire Regional Flood Defence Committee, but was speaking in a personal capacity, said many parts of York will be "undefendable".
  • There was a time when flicks on at the near post were described as "undefendable" but then teams just stopped doing it," says Gary Naylor. Ivory Coast v Zambia - as it happened | Jacob Steinberg
  • January 29th, 2009 at 10: 13 am most liberal policies are undefendable in a real debate Matthew Yglesias » Who Gets Televised
  • The reaction of the minister is to justify their undefendable actions under the guise of policy matters.
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