unopenable

unopenable

(ʌnˈəʊpənəbəl)
adj
not capable of being opened
Translations
óopnanlegur
References in classic literature ?
Tulkinghorn, carelessly feeling-- tight, unopenable oyster of the old school
Her studio is in one of three impressive cavernous underground rooms used by the former estate agent tenant for storage, and still home to a historic - and unopenable - safe dating back to the iconic street's role as a financial centre for the city.
The spirit of rebellion, along with the element of surprise, is a mainstay of the designers' career: They have taken chainsaws to tulle gowns, attached lighting rigs to lavish dresses, released a phony fragrance in an unopenable bottle, and layered nine different looks on a single model to build a sort of living Russian doll.
dear cousine envelope this enclosure this unopenable me for tempus flees
For, as the novel's narrator, John Barlow, asks in a chapter printed in a booklet accompanying an earlier exhibition, "to close what is unopenable .
Full of whatwe nowknowto be inconsistencies, itmakes no mention of a second unopenable timed safe - the probable reason for the horrific attack.
But encountering a book sliced, severed, nailed to a support, glued tight, bolted to others unopenable like it, or otherwise derealized as reading site always has the aura of the censor and the incendiary about it, the stench of fascism and disempowerment.
There was an attachment that was supposed to explain what was going on but it was unopenable as it contained a virus.
Tests on the car door locking system showed three of the doors, the two back and drivers door, could have become unopenable as the fire burned.
And in truth, the unopenable room does not reside in the outward data of the world, or in the words of the poem: it resides in us.
THOSE little packets of peanuts they used to hand out over the Atlantic have been replaced by packets of pretzels-the inedible in place of the unopenable.