[ UK /ʌnplˈe‍ɪəbə‍l/ ]
  1. not capable of or suitable for being played or played on
    the field was unplayable
    some music seems almost unplayable
    the golf ball was in an unplayable lie
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How To Use unplayable In A Sentence

  • A short-rising ball from Farmer was unplayable by the batsman and the match ended as a draw with the scores tied.
  • It puts them quickly on the offensive, but always with the padlock secure at the back and Portsmouth found them unplayable. Times, Sunday Times
  • I have LPs, EPs, battered 78s, reissues, and foreign imports, from the pristine and unplayed to the almost unplayable. LOVE YOU MADLY
  • The major flaws come with no online game play and the unresponsive controls can almost make the game unplayable at times.
  • In almost unplayable conditions Blackburn produced their worst performance of the season against local rivals Bolton.
  • Napster requires you to log into your account with a portable player at least once a month, or the songs become unplayable.
  • Also, in writing for mallet percussion, non percussionist composers tend to compose at a piano keyboard resulting in numerous passages easily playable by ten fingers, yet often unplayable with four mallets.
  • At times he was unplayable. Times, Sunday Times
  • After all of 10 seconds at the ground, it was obvious that large parts of the pitch were unplayable.
  • This was the third consecutive game in inclement weather at Heinz Field, including tropical-like rain that fell throughout Pittsburgh's 3-0 victory over Miami on Nov. 26 and left a newly sodded field nearly unplayable. USATODAY.com
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