unaidable

unaidable

(ʌnˈeɪdəbəl)
adj
not able to be helped or aided
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It is a practical assignment, then, a self-assignment: to achieve, by a cultivated sensitivity for observing life, a capacity for receiving its impressions, a lonely, unremitting, unaided, unaidable vision, and transferring this vision without distortion to it onto the pages of a novel, where, if the reader is so persuaded, it will turn into the reader's illusion.
At the time of her visit to our institution, the patient was unaidable.