unreturnable


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unreturnable

(ˌʌnrɪˈtɜːnəbəl)
adj
not able to be returned or given back
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He broke the Berdych serve for the second time to lead 4-3 having snuffed out two chances for his opponent with unreturnable serving.
He broke the Berdych serve for the second time to lead 4-3, having snuffed out two chances for his opponent with unreturnable serving.
Berdych refused to throw in the towel and even had breaks points at 3-3 in the third set, only for Federer to smash down three aces and an unreturnable serve.
And Murray came out of the blocks as if he'd been bursting to get started, crunching three unreturnable first serves past his opponent who could do little more than watch and admire them as they crashed into the netting beneath the royal box.
Gamlet, should he withdraw his love, will soon find Ofeliia as "[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]" (but a voiceless corpse), and see in it "[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]" (a lightless gaze); none of his groans or agonies will help him "[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]" (to revive the soulless corpse / And return the unreturnable loss; 25).
Murray then netted another easy forehand to trail 5-3 and an unreturnable serve put Stepanek on the brink of an enormous shock.
With both players producing a mixture of scintillating rallies, tremendous counter-hitting and blocking shots - some of which looked unreturnable - Williams levelled matters in the second, but was immediately pegged back by the imperious Taylor who powered home in the third game.
She trailed 15-40 but battled back to force match point, which she took with an unreturnable body serve.
While holders are still required to attempt to return the property to the owners through due-diligence procedures, any unreturnable property becomes the property of the holder.
Wawrinka, clearly able to deal with the intense heat better, fired an unreturnable serve to complete a remarkable turnaround in his fortunes.
Yet, it is a regular unpleasant event that drivers are solely blamed for the mistakes committed by pedestrians, young and old, who break rules of the road for their own accidental choice of an untimely departure to an unreturnable destination.
This article attempts to shed a light on the human rights protection of the individuals who are excluded from the refugee protection due to criminal involvements but unreturnable to their countries due to the complementary protection under international human rights law.