unignorable

unignorable

(ˌʌnɪɡˈnɔːrəbəl)
adj
impossible to ignore
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23) As Heather Dub row has pointed out, seventeenth-century estate poems contain in their negative avowals ("Untaught to shut"; "no black-bearded Vigil") a ghosted possibility of the deficient housekeeping they seek to bar from their gates; what Pope is doing, I would suggest, by transforming these ghosted negatives into satiric positives is claiming that in the intervening decades the decline of hospitality has worsened, and that what might in the past have been a faint concern is now an unignorable reality.
See Senior, supra note 22 ("The result is an exhaustively researched, vividly realized and, above all, unignorable book--after "Evicted," it will no longer be possible to have a serious discussion about poverty without having a serious discussion about housing.
In addition, certain international organizations, NGOs or non-state actors, have become prominent and unignorable actors in world politics.
At a speed of 1000 rpm, there is ample time for enough air to flow in and thus the parameter settings are not as important as those for the higher speed where bad setting can lead to unignorable reduction in break power.
The ponderous semicolon at the poem's end embodies time's passage, more seconds in which nothing is done, and so is a reminder of the source of Ulysses' thwarted urgency--but also a foreboding reminder of the idle time to which he has already lost so much of his life, and which remains an unignorable presence in his mind.
For Bernier, the space that opens up between the mind's limits and the ungraspable complexity of life is where the intuition of the divine takes unignorable shape.
However, there are serious and unignorable legal flaws about how the Comelec intends to pursue this undertaking, read the ruling.
Each track on the album is unique, and while this is clearly not intended as dance music, there's a sweltering groove on tracks such as "Static'' that's unignorable.
But, churning within us, beyond our control, this Hunger also forces upon us the choice of how we will give it vent, confronting us with an "or" of unignorable urgency.
I consider taking him out of the Skyspace--it is a noisy, unignorable spectacle--but then I decide that this is precisely what Turrell is about: becoming more in touch with life, not less, and if a death occurs here tonight, we should all experience it together.
In a poem like this, translation becomes a central and unignorable fact, the translator visible in a way that courts controversy.
Eckholm (1975) describes the Himalaya as a fragile ecosystem, where 'forces of ecological degradation building so rapidly and so visibly' and adds that 'the pace of destruction is reaching unignorable proportions'.