unpublishable


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un·pub·lish·a·ble

 (ŭn-pŭb′lĭ-shə-bəl)
adj.
Unfit for publication: an unpublishable manuscript.

unpublishable

(ʌnˈpʌblɪʃəbəl)
adj
not capable of being made available in print for distribution and sale
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Adj.1.unpublishable - not suitable for publication
publishable - suitable for publication
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Most significant here was the novel Das einfache Leben (1939, SW4), (12) which, though criticized for encouraging escapism and passivity, also offers an attuned contemporary readership a mix of reassurance, consolation, and spiritual sustenance similar to that of the unpublishable Der weisse Buffel.
She sent him text messages with insulting, unpublishable references to his alleged homosexuality.
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Norris's fixation against GJW was laid bare in rambling social media posts, seen by the ECHO soon after his arrest, but unpublishable until his guilty plea.
Production is like a cucumber - you eitherhave it in your hand or you have it somewhere unpublishable.
His work, however, is not unpublishable per se, but there is a huge discrepancy between his academic background and style and his prescribed image as a black man.
From the use of unpublishable language to doing their best to destroy the credibility of a certain star, haters working anonymous Twitter handles and Facebook groups are aligning themselves
So the book became unpublishable because I did not come out against the relationship.
He is the former Editor-in-Chief of The Void Magazine at Concordia and the current Associate Poetry Editor of The Incongruous Quarterly, an online publication focused on publishing the unpublishable.
In Sebald, by contrast, sites of memory are reconceived as furtive and fugitive, as the private or unpublishable memory rarely reified in public spaces.
The irony here is that the majority of works reviewed by the state censorship organ share the fate of Mandanipur's Persian manuscript: deemed unpublishable on account of their content, their futures depend on the degree to which their authors are willing to revise them to suit the censor.
Marshall Brown, who has edited MLQ for nearly two decades, has a reputation as a provider of extensive feedback; even in the case of submissions that are clearly unpublishable, Marshall often sends three single-spaced pages of comments to the author, which speaks to his sense of responsibility to the field and ethic of care in relation to everyone who has chosen to be part of it.