[ US /ənˈjuzəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnjˈuːzəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not capable of being used
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How To Use unusable In A Sentence

  • The western section is already at an acceptable standard but the east section is in poor condition, virtually unusable when wet.
  • It's completely unacceptable that CD-Rs become unusable in less than two years.
  • Vehicles had been unusable, oil had frozen, automatic weapons jammed, supply had been laborio us or non-existent. IN LOVE AND WAR
  • Windows in each classroom are at a height of 1.8m and thus are rendered unusable for fire escape.
  • A list of Israeli officials, their email addresses, phone numbers, mobile phone numbers, and fax machine numbers has been developed and put into broad circulation for the expressed purpose of "bombarding" those targeted with unsolicited messages, thus rendering their phones, email addresses and fax lines unusable. The Jawa Report
  • Having said that, the multitouch trackpad is an absolute masterstroke – I find a regular mouse or trackpad almost unusable now. My Quest For The Mac’s Keyboard Shortcut Soul | Lifehacker Australia
  • It is great to have expansive fields around the school, but unfortunately in wet weather they become unusable for some time.
  • A cooking thermometer also comes in handy; cover the probe completely with a thick layer of foil so you don't render it waxily unusable for all future purposes.
  • Twenty years ago this land was unusable and uninhabited, its soil burdened by a high degree of aluminium toxicity.
  • Groundwater, increasingly turned to as surface water becomes more unusable or unavailable, is not without its problems. Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?
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