unfillable

unfillable

(ʌnˈfɪləbəl)
adj
not able to be filled
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In my garden unfillable slugs were the winners Not barmy barbeques and patio dinners.
She said: "From seeing Jem every day to having him ripped from my life has left an unfillable void.
To love the sweetened tang means feasting on it without leaving a trace, not to say its best because the candy tin of desire must be unfillable anytime to make room for the ever-upgrading New Tang of love-its in-tang-ible content realizes its richness.
In a touching statement to Mr Povah, the family said: "The passing of John Povah has left an unfillable void in our family.
The search for scientific certainty resembles the trial of the Danaids of Greek myth, whose fate in the Underworld was to spend eternity pouring water into an unfillable vessel.
There will be an unfillable void left on all levels and we will miss her deeply.
With these words, Martini closes his fictional- nonfictional memoir, remarking, one last time, on the literary paradox that underpins his American novel: there is always an unfillable gap between life and poetry, and youth is the only period of time in which it still seems possible for the two to coincide.
In making capitalism aprioristic to civilized societies, corporate education has replaced stakeholders with shareholders and has become the unthinkable extremity towards which education is propelled under the auspices of the cash nexus--propelled by a hunger for profit as unfillable as a black hole that would extinguish use value if allowed to run its course.
workforce, Gordon believes, helps explain why employers report having 4 to 5 million unfillable vacancies just when more than 20 million unemployed and underutilized Americans are unable to find jobs.
Selden's agent, Charles Zemater, had this to say about his client: "[His] passing leaves an unfillable gap in the ranks of outdoor performers.
I insisted that the proposal would be acceptable only on condition that the camera station had its own Officer-in -Charge as a branch of the Observatory, recruited its own staff, and in the event of unfillable vacancies, would not be allowed to call on the observatory's astronomical specialists.
Cutting out the middleman has left a void which seems unfillable.