[ UK /ˌʌnɹɪpˈiːtəbəl/ ]
not able or fit to be repeated or quoted
what he said was funny but unquotable
dogs and mice and flies are as unrepeatable as men are
How To Use unrepeatable In A Sentence
- Rather than treating 1929 as a unique, unrepeatable episode of madness in the markets, we now more readily accept that bubbles and bubble mania are inherent in markets, driven as they are by those great emotional motors of greed and fear.
- As always Liam strutted about the stage as only he can and even shouted some unrepeatable expletives at ShowBiz Ireland photographers who got too near the stage…
- However, origins science deals with the origin of things in the past - unique, unrepeatable, unobservable events.
- I waited in silence, browsing through my CDs, deciding which one to play, when my meditations were disturbed by an ungodly sound, and the emission of an unrepeatable word from Jo.
- We present, as an unrepeatable Christmas offer, a selection of rare limited-edition adult action figures celebrating the past year.
- We had a great time. I can't quite tell you everything that went on though - not so much that it was unrepeatable but rather more to do with the fact that by 2am I was rather too drunk to remember it all!
- He ran over uttering an unrepeatable expletive on the way as he recognised my predicament, which by this time was serious.
- We cannot by scientific investigation prove the order of events of past, unrepeatable, supernatural events.
- Of course, the feminist in me rolls her eyes and mutters some unrepeatable comments about the stupidity of men during this and other scenarios that can only be classed as pure male idiocy.
- A shiver or shudder accompanies each: tremulousness characterizes the momentary awareness, as brief as it is unrepeatable.