undrinkable

[ UK /ʌndɹˈɪŋkəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. unsuitable for drinking
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How To Use undrinkable In A Sentence

  • Until then, Australian wine will have a bitterness that makes it undrinkable.
  • I remembered it wasn't that good but actually I was wrong - it's almost undrinkable.
  • the water's muddiness made it undrinkable
  • Some can produce individual wines of the highest quality, and they rarely produce undrinkable swill.
  • ‘If water remains undrinkable, diseases will continue and mortality rates will rise,’ said the Iraqi trade minister.
  • The result won't be undrinkable, but it won't be very memorable.
  • On a recent visit to a motorway service station, we paid 15 quid for three rotten sandwiches and undrinkable tea.
  • Then you ride in phlegmy contact with every disease ridden proletarian in the city, drinking undrinkable coffee purchased from some dump or some over-priced Starbucks or wannabe. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Making Fiscal Sense
  • Over cropping and the accentuation of aromatics (despite the ripeness of the fruit) has led to many wines that I find completely devoid of any elegance and frankly, undrinkable. Jamesport Vineyards 2007 Sauvignon Blanc Reserve
  • It is a disturbing piece, composed for a city where pollution levels generated by Soviet industry remained notorious long after the fall of Communism, producing air that was unbreathable and water that was undrinkable.
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