unwearable

[ UK /ʌnwˈe‍əɹəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not suitable for wear or able to be worn
    shoes so dilapidated as to be unwearable
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How To Use unwearable In A Sentence

  • At age 11 my attempt at sewing a pink ruffled miniskirt turned out unwearable, and the experience left me so discouraged that I didn't tackle another sewing project for many years.
  • But there is nothing worse than looking down at a potruding belly and a wardrobe full of unwearable clothes and wondering if life is going to be one long tracksuit.
  • London Fashion Week, that biannual gathering of the unembarrassable in pursuit of the unwearable, begins tomorrow.
  • The cut was immaculate, the styling superlative and the workmanship was outstanding but... the suit was unwearable. BLOOD IS DIRT
  • Except, of course, the one thing everyone really needs: a remedy for those inevitable rips, snags, and runs that render even the most expensive hosiery unwearable.
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  • As a subversive alternative, the architects propose a row of deviant shirts, some misbuttoned, some configured like origami petals, all unwearable.
  • The catwalks always offer many beautiful, fun, yet totally unwearable looks.
  • It's all acres of plate glass, walnut fittings and the kind of hushed retail reverence usually reserved for unwearable frocks designed by gay men in Parisian ateliers.
  • I was wearing my Smokey the Bear cap, the one that ultimately shrank to an unwearable size in the wake of an unfortunate sprinkler related accident.
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