unpublishable

[ UK /ʌnpˈʌblɪʃəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not suitable for publication
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How To Use unpublishable In A Sentence

  • the rawness of his diary made it unpublishable
  • It is widely agreed in publishing circles (on the basis of countless years of experience) that many of these manuscripts will be unreadable, unpublishable junk.
  • Unprincipled, unpublishable in any legitimate commercial context, they drove prices down by their readiness to appear anywhere, do anything.
  • I have been told that the publication is little more than a dumping grounds for papers unpublishable in journals, and that the honoree's friends usually bloviate on their pet themes rather than present fresh work.
  • Some Singaporeans, emboldened by the drive for feedback, seem to be taking the government at its word with a temerity that would have been unthinkable - and unpublishable - in the past.
  • He wrote his first book when he was 37 or 38, but he'd spent 16 years struggling to write a book that was unpublishable, and only in the last ten years of his life was devoted to writing.
  • Richard writes unpublishable modernist monsters that induce migraines: "'Untitled,' with its octuple time scheme and its rotating crew of sixteen unreliable narrators, sounded like a departure, but it wasn't. The Infamous Martin Amis
  • The shadow of violence in her work, her refusal to sweeten any pills, her relish in bad behaviour masquerading as stern moralising - her modern equivalent would be unpublishable today.
  • It is widely agreed in publishing circles (on the basis of countless years of experience) that many of these manuscripts will be unreadable, unpublishable junk.
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