uneatable

[ UK /ʌnˈiːtəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not suitable for food
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How To Use uneatable In A Sentence

  • They decided to change the topic a little as I was chewing on some uneatable cabbage, on the verge of puking it all out.
  • ‘Not anymore’ she said and placed her tray with its uneatable lunch onto it.
  • The bed of green leaves were drenched in an unsubtle, highly acidic balsamic that made them uneatable.
  • One single species of grebe, which is uneatable, found no grace in the eyes of the young merchant; this was the _ "caiarara," _ as quick to dive as to swim or fly; a bird with a disagreeable cry, but whose down bears a high price in the different markets of the Amazonian basin. Eight Hundred Leagues on the Amazon
  • Crops are the first level in the food chain, " he told SciDev.Net. "When people make it uneatable to certain insects, we need to understand how it might affect the whole ecosystem.
  • The English country gentleman gallop after a fox - the unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable.
  • It was totally uneatable.
  • So directly her father had gone, the woman set to work and cooked the peacock with mowah oil cake; but when her husband and children began to eat it they found it horribly bitter and she herself tasted it and found it uneatable; then she told them that her father had made fun of her and made her spoil all the meat. Folklore of the Santal Parganas
  • The English country gentleman gallop after a fox - the unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable.
  • The beautifully coloured and almost transparently winged golden moorhen covers every stretch of water inland, and the "chaja" or wild turkey, one of the most useless birds in the Chaco, and quite uneatable, sends forth his dismal cry "chaja. Argentina from a British Point of View
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