How To Use Unstoppable In A Sentence

  • There is a space that means it's an unstoppable force. Times, Sunday Times
  • Arcade remains a funny, outspoken and seemingly unstoppable life force. Times, Sunday Times
  • Can Bruce figure out a way to stop an unstoppable foe when he can barely get out of bed?
  • But going forward they are a nigh on unstoppable force. The Sun
  • He would be, I don't want to use the word unstoppable but he would be formidable. CNN Transcript Jan 4, 2008
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  • The progress of science is unstoppable.
  • Had the seemingly unstoppable franchise finally ground to a halt? Times, Sunday Times
  • The unstoppable Chinese economy has emerged as the main driver of steel prices in the world market.
  • (AP) - Scratch unstoppable from the ways to describe Steve Slaton, Pat White and West Virginia's running game. USATODAY.com - College Football - South Florida vs. West Virginia
  • As the saying goes, unstoppable force against immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • The flying winger was simply unstoppable, his direct running and blistering pace making a mockery of one of the so-called best defences in world football. The Sun
  • Fields and hedgerows would be overrun by monstrous insects and gigantic, unstoppable weeds. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was a mere blip in her otherwise unstoppable rise. Times, Sunday Times
  • But Ray Cruz, a gunnery sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, was one of those rare men with a personality of hard metal—unmalleable, impenetrable, unstoppable. Dead Zero
  • The carrier's real issue is that, in the face of unstoppable competition, its currently enjoyed levels of profitability are unsustainable.
  • When he was at his most sublime, he was unstoppable and irresistible.
  • This crusade is unwinnable because she is uncatchable, she is unstoppable because she is intangible.
  • Coupled with his immense physical and athletic gifts, it made him nearly unstoppable.
  • Igniting with unstoppable force, the whole shuddering plot accumulates volume on a logarithmic scale before its explosive, bunker busting climax.
  • The best thing about a remix is its ability to turn a lackadaisical song into something unstoppable.
  • Yet the trickle of people departing has become an unstoppable flood. Times, Sunday Times
  • The argument of the book seems to run thus: Globalisation, like it or lump it, is an unstoppable force.
  • Unstoppable overspill of abundant fruits and berries, stitched chain of natural hues, fabricant, barbarous, unhooked and lost nobility of the ‘real thing’ rhapsode -
  • In 480 BC, Athens lay in ruins conquered by the seemingly unstoppable Persian Empire.
  • Then he won a ball out near midfield, beat three of four tackles on a powerful run before planting an unstoppable shot in the back of the net.
  • In this case, that unstoppable force is a young man who struggles against his newfound super powers.
  • He might well be rechristened John Octopus, reflecting his unstoppable urge to enclasp any passing female in a sweaty tentacle.
  • As more Yorkshire troops and airmen head for the Gulf, the momentum towards conflict looks unstoppable.
  • As the saying goes, unstoppable force against immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • A geyser of lava spouted between them and Seth attacked, charging through the lava like it was water, an unstoppable locomotive of power.
  • While there are trained artists--perhaps inspired by Gaudí's early 20th-century mosaics or Marcel Duchamp's readymades--who sculpt and construct large-scale artworks made from repurposed cast offs, many more are dreamers with ordinary day jobs who abhor waste, have a penchant for collecting, and seize upon an unstoppable urge to create something beautiful from the flotsam and jetsam modern life. Trash Art: California's Artistic Recycling Revolution
  • The effect is to reilluminate a familiar dichotomy that we all know and often deny: Peace and war, joy and misery, are as unstoppable and eternal as the ebb and flow of tides. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • At his peak he was almost unstoppable and only the quality of competition limited his Scotland appearances to two.
  • The Spaniard moved to his right before swerving an unstoppable effort past Fabianski. The Sun
  • The band has enjoyed a seemingly unstoppable rise in popularity.
  • Life takes on meaning when you become motivated, set goals and charge after them in an unstoppable manner.
  • The band has enjoyed a seemingly unstoppable rise in popularity.
  • Global chaos ensues when a computer geek, fired from his job, unleashes an unstoppable computer virus.
  • The human spirit, no matter how misguided, in unstoppable. Cheney: Obama pretending we are not at war
  • The government needs results to convince people that the momentum behind the deal is unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • One's an unstoppable superhero with awesome powers. The Sun
  • Life takes on meaning when you become motivated, set goals and charge after them in an unstoppable manner.
  • The band has enjoyed a seemingly unstoppable rise in popularity.
  • The march of phone transmitter masts is proving unstoppable.
  • The march of phone transmitter masts is proving unstoppable.
  • All around him now it had continued, unabated and unstoppable.
  • Even in the face of seemingly unstoppable natural disasters, some are evidently more equal than others.
  • as unstoppable as the wind
  • But the process towards greater unification had started and would prove unstoppable.
  • As in, an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • The government needs results to convince people that the momentum behind the deal is unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • But going forward they are a nigh on unstoppable force. The Sun
  • The municipalisation of the Scottish parliament may seem to be unstoppable.
  • The next sound was the screech of metal as an ‘unstoppable’ juggernaut ground to a halt.
  • He ran to the edge of the area before unleashing an unstoppable shot for goal number three. The Sun
  • The trend for straight men to invade female fashion territory is seemingly unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • But going forward they are a nigh on unstoppable force. The Sun
  • The unstoppable rise of internet shopping was supposed to sound the death knell of the British high street. Times, Sunday Times
  • The immovable object dealt with the usually unstoppable force. Times, Sunday Times
  • The two high school pals clicked with ex-Watts drummer Phil Carter, and have now become an unstoppable garage rock force.
  • The Spaniard moved to his right before swerving an unstoppable effort past Fabianski. The Sun
  • Rhino horn is said to make men sexually unstoppable, and asparagus, bananas, eels, oysters, figs and ginseng are all reputed to get you going.
  • West then rounded-off an unstoppable forward drive from a line-out a few metres out to give his side a commanding 20-3 lead at half-time.
  • The Democratic presidential race is now between a seemingly unstoppable force and an apparently immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • One has millions of devoted adherents, a doctrine of clean-cut conformity and an unstoppable, culture-changing momentum; the other is communist China.
  • The Democratic presidential race is now between a seemingly unstoppable force and an apparently immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • Like homing pigeons, some types of amphibious snakes have an unstoppable urge to return home.
  • The online property advertising platform seems unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Its sheer size makes it formidable, and its movement is apparently unstoppable.
  • It set their bandwagon rolling on an unstoppable path towards Ashes victory the following year. The Sun
  • She went on to say that despite recent wobbles the road to progress was unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Our record signing lashed home an unstoppable strike during a 59-minute run-out at Wembley - the first time he has found the net since Boxing Day due to a thigh injury.
  • In Britain, at least, stupidity seems to be an unstoppable juggernaut.
  • Receiving the ball on the right of the Rowntree penalty area he unleashed an unstoppable drive into the top corner of the net.
  • The high drama came when Dublin surged through and were unstoppable as they landed the ball in the net.
  • Six for the season so far - looks unstoppable. The Sun
  • You can spin it however you like, but if the climate change is “probably unstoppable” why would you not want to fight for the hope that it is stoppable? Gore Wows the Netroots Crowd - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • In 480 BC, Athens lay in ruins conquered by the seemingly unstoppable Persian Empire.
  • He can blow hot and cold but when his game is on he is unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Now that I know how to make the camera phone work, I am going to be an unstoppable juggernaut of stupid pictures.
  • His flow of talk, of analysis and anecdote is magical and unstoppable.
  • Genetics, physiology and molecular biology - the high-tech hopes for reversing the so-far-unstoppable trend toward plumpness in America.
  • And they'll bash into you like an unstoppable force meeting an all too movable object.
  • Thierry Henry thunders an unstoppable shot into the top corner of the net.
  • When you're on the same wavelength, the two of you are unstoppable.
  • Then he unleashed his own, unstoppable, attack.
  • His last three games for club and country have brought six goals and he looks an unstoppable force once more. The Sun
  • His goal came when he controlled a cross from the corner on his chest and rifled in an unstoppable volley.
  • But there is a greater danger that an unstoppable chain reaction will begin: the rubbish will crash into other pieces of rubbish, causing it to shatter into smaller chunks that will then crash into each other -- and on, and on, until the earth is circled by a haze of unpassable metal debris that remains there for millennia. Johann Hari: The Strange Problem of Space Junk - And How It Threatens Our Way of Life
  • We gaze until the cold air makes our shivering unstoppable.
  • Today, the media landscape barely resembles that of the late '70s, but the so-called "pervasiveness" concept arising from Pacifica -- the idea that broadcasting is an unstoppable "intruder" in the home -- lives on. Leslie Harris: Unhappy Birthday Pacifica
  • Future Tense Books is a wonderful publishing house in Portland, Oregon, helmed by the unstoppable one-man publishing crew of Kevin Sampsell.
  • He can blow hot and cold but when his game is on he is unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • He can blow hot and cold but when his game is on he is unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • The human survivorsattempt to destroy the creatures, butthey adapt and transform again, becoming even more horrific and unstoppable. Night and Fog Comic Optioned for Film
  • The Democratic presidential race is now between a seemingly unstoppable force and an apparently immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • But maybe unstoppable forces are already at work. Times, Sunday Times
  • One's an unstoppable superhero with awesome powers. The Sun
  • He ran to the edge of the area before unleashing an unstoppable shot for goal number three. The Sun
  • When he glanced back, Cestmir was advancing, an unstoppable primitive rage in his eyes.
  • The death cult strikes again, unstoppable in its deranged religious mania.
  • His last three games for club and country have brought six goals and he looks an unstoppable force once more. The Sun
  • Had the seemingly unstoppable franchise finally ground to a halt? Times, Sunday Times
  • Four and eight years ago, the Kiwis were producing sublime attacking rugby that was unstoppable in full flow.
  • Stealing in on the blindside of the lax Killie defence to gather a cross-field delivery, he zipped an unstoppable shot into the far corner.
  • As the saying goes, unstoppable force against immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her sense of detail, love of story and playful use of language create an unstoppable collision of characters and ideas.
  • The Spaniard moved to his right before swerving an unstoppable effort past Fabianski. The Sun
  • Why did he quit when a glittering career looked virtually unstoppable? Times, Sunday Times
  • There is a space that means it's an unstoppable force. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Spaniard moved to his right before swerving an unstoppable effort past Fabianski. The Sun
  • As in, an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's almost as though we believe our society is caught up in some kind of unstoppable gravitation towards more consumption, more production, more alienation.
  • It's important because whether we like it or not, an unstoppable and inevitable change is about to begin that will make all the previous technological advances seem piffling.
  • Those tracking terrorist cells say the trend toward soft targets, like schools, is undeniable and probably unstoppable.
  • So unstoppable was his passion that it overwhelmed the management confusion in the Yankee organization created by his frequent top-level changes and untactful communications. On Leadership: Leading the Steinbrenner way?
  • The Democratic presidential race is now between a seemingly unstoppable force and an apparently immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • Arcade remains a funny, outspoken and seemingly unstoppable life force. Times, Sunday Times
  • Months of painful hand-wringing and hype cumulate on Election Day with an unstoppable, insatiable demand for information. Election 2010: The dangers of exit polls
  • He argues that not only are the wild outbursts of speculation that characterize an investment bubble totally unpredictable, but unstoppable as well.
  • He can blow hot and cold but when his game is on he is unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • The only reason runaway global warming seems unstoppable is that we have not yet tried to stop it. Some Convenient Truths
  • Report immediately if you can spot commonly known trollers if your being a Sophist then you must post only by bands and name and avoid politic issues. if you start to complicate the debation and starting discrimination your comments will automically remove/spam and blocked .. if comments are now unstoppable due to flame war .. WN.com - Articles related to Thousands mourning jazz singer and actress Lena Horne at funeral in NYC
  • As the saying goes, unstoppable force against immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • As in, an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • November 16th, 2009 more images more imagesDENZEL WASHINGTON's latest movie UNSTOPPABLE has hit another setback - residents living near the filmset have complained about the numerous road closures around the production. Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • Until recently, the seemingly unstoppable tech sector accounted for about 30 % of the country's economic growth.
  • He can blow hot and cold but when his game is on he is unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Arklow got another try soon after when a drive from a five-metre line proved unstoppable.
  • The online property advertising platform seems unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • The monks were inhumanly strong and physically unstoppable.
  • Climate change is slow, but it is unstoppable" said Solomon, a researcher at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Earth System Research Laboratory in Boulder, Colo.
  • Life takes on meaning when you become motivated, set goals and charge after them in an unstoppable manner.
  • She went on to say that despite recent wobbles the road to progress was unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Aldridge was almost unstoppable from the beginning, hitting his first seven shots and finishing the first quarter with 14 points and five rebounds to give Portland a 32-24 lead. USATODAY.com
  • The government needs results to convince people that the momentum behind the deal is unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • He fired an unstoppable shot that took a cruel deflection. The Sun
  • While there are trained artists--perhaps inspired by Gaudí's early 20th-century mosaics or Marcel Duchamp's readymades--who sculpt and construct large-scale artworks made from repurposed cast offs, many more are dreamers with ordinary day jobs who abhor waste, have a penchant for collecting, and seize upon an unstoppable urge to create something beautiful from the flotsam and jetsam modern life. Trash Art: California's Artistic Recycling Revolution
  • It was already starting to yaw uncontrollably, spinning in an unstoppable circle, ugly black smoke belching from the worthless engines, now just burning hunks of metal.
  • Britain may be in the financial doldrums, but there is one sector of the economy that is positively unstoppable: eyelashes. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some of the cars had been crushed to the size of a chair simply because of the massive weight and unstoppable momentum of heavy lorries from behind.
  • The Pentagon's supremacy on the battlefield is unrivalled and unstoppable.
  • Evidence of his physical frailty combined with a seemingly unstoppable output of writing worked powerfully on friends and the public alike. ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
  • The band has enjoyed a seemingly unstoppable rise in popularity.
  • Evidence of his physical frailty combined with a seemingly unstoppable output of writing worked powerfully on friends and the public alike. ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
  • It was a mere blip in her otherwise unstoppable rise. Times, Sunday Times
  • “The only reason runaway global warming seems unstoppable is that we have not yet tried to stop it,” he writes. Letters to the Editor
  • Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal were supposed to be unstoppable.
  • He can blow hot and cold but when his game is on he is unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • These were the four unstoppable 'hospitalisms' - the hospital-acquired infections of their day. Times, Sunday Times
  • He opened the scoring after 25 minutes with an unstoppable left foot drive into the roof of the net.
  • He can blow hot and cold but when his game is on he is unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • He moved in the middle of yet another sweet attack, corkscrewed around a couple of defenders before battering home an unstoppable shot from 20 yards.
  • The immovable object dealt with the usually unstoppable force. Times, Sunday Times
  • The forward was able to race towards goal unchallenged and fired an unstoppable effort past Schwarzer. The Sun
  • As in, an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • The big striker brought the ball down and swivelled before firing an unstoppable shot into the net.
  • Either Sylar's powers are unstoppable, or just the telekinesis is immune to all forms of impedance. HEROES: Can This Show Get Any Better? | the TV addict
  • The off-piste revolution in Japan is now unstoppable, and its ski resorts are going to have to learn an entirely new culture to deal with it.
  • He fired an unstoppable shot that took a cruel deflection. The Sun
  • The military men wade deeper in grue, following the discovery of a Special Forces commander whose squad has been picked off by particularly unstoppable foes – werewolves the size of minivans. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • But going forward they are a nigh on unstoppable force. The Sun
  • Although the Swedes were far from defeated, their seemingly unstoppable progress had been checked.
  • Malone was unstoppable from the start as he scored 14 points on National Basketball Association - Sonics vs. Jazz
  • His team looked almost unstoppable earlier in the season when they used two wingers and just one man up front. The Sun
  • He then lashed home an unstoppable rocket. The Sun
  • As established Japanese black pines fall victim to an unstoppable infestation of black turpentine beetles along the Atlantic coast, cypress trees are taking their place.
  • You have the single-minded determination that will make you unstoppable and job plans and personal projects look good. The Sun
  • It has an unstoppable forward momentum and a running time as lean as an Anthony Mann western from the 1950s.
  • The immovable object dealt with the usually unstoppable force. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was a sickening involuntary spasm, unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • The unstoppable rise of internet shopping was supposed to sound the death knell of the British high street. Times, Sunday Times
  • For the answers, Google “blame, shame and guilt used as political controls”, read “Unstoppable Global Warming” and “The Chilling Stars” for the scientific facts and “State of Fear” for the political dynamics behind this renewed eco-tax controversy. Global Warming Swindle? Or Cheap Propaganda? « Lean Left
  • The flying front man was transformed into an unstoppable cyclone, ripping Birmingham to shreds with his blistering pace and bagging four goals in one game.
  • By the end of August, the seemingly unstoppable Japanese force had been stopped.
  • He drilled an unstoppable ball past the defensive wall.
  • Yet the trickle of people departing has become an unstoppable flood. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's one of those unstoppable childhood fantasies, like wishing you could fly, become invisible or eat candy for dinner.
  • And he disappears amidst the unstoppable mob heading to classrooms, he is now gone and now I'm gone too, taking a class I now abominate.
  • Indeed the unstoppable process of globalisation produces the exactly opposite reaction.
  • Blunted by the power of an animated Will Ferrell, the debut of "Unstoppable" proved, well, stoppable. BOX OFFICE: Reigning champ 'Megamind' (and 'SNL' parody) derails 'Unstoppable'
  • Since then, formerly unassailable reputations have been elevated and devastated, unstoppable swillers have clashed with immovable pounders, and many great men and women have been carried away by the tide.
  • Why did he quit when a glittering career looked virtually unstoppable? Times, Sunday Times
  • He then lashed home an unstoppable rocket. The Sun
  • But we do know that his nanite swarm is lethal and almost unstoppable if it decides to come after you. Delta Anomaly
  • Then he unleashed his own, unstoppable, attack.
  • His team looked almost unstoppable earlier in the season when they used two wingers and just one man up front. The Sun
  • These underlying causes mean that change continues in a virtually unstoppable way for lengthy periods of time.
  • Life takes on meaning when you become motivated, set goals and charge after them in an unstoppable manner.
  • Coming back to India-China-Pakistan triangle, Pakistan security and even dignity of its people will be tied to China's grandness, which is now unstoppable from going to the very top of the world. Undefined
  • It exploded in a mass of fiery shards that bit into him, but he was unstoppable.
  • The government needs results to convince people that the momentum behind the deal is unstoppable. Times, Sunday Times
  • This time Craig Wilding, playing in an unaccustomed midfield role, delivered the killer ball for Jon Parkin to turn in the area and send an unstoppable shot past Paul Pettinger.
  • The Magic proved unstoppable from the perimeter in part because Dwight Howard was so dominant inside. USATODAY.com
  • Any dolt can see the connection between the mother-smothered Amis and the later unstoppable tit-man who was also a slave to Bacchic overindulgence. One Fraught Englishman
  • Ghostland Observatory, the two-man band from Austin, TX is known for their fantastic live shows and when they came rolling through their hometown last week on tour for the new record Codename: Rondo, they delivered everything we have come to love and expect from the duo: a contagious case of electro-pop-rock fever, a giant dance party, unstoppable energy, trademark getups of capes and fringe, and a rainbow laser lightshow bonanza. Stephanie Keller: Interview with Ghostland Observatory: Laser Beams, Dance Parties, Alter Egos and Codename: Rondo
  • Six for the season so far - looks unstoppable. The Sun
  • As the saying goes, unstoppable force against immovable object. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her sense of detail, love of story and playful use of language create an unstoppable collision of characters and ideas.
  • Over the last couple of weeks with players from all clubs in the parish, Kirwans are unstoppable.

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