unstaunchable

unstaunchable

(ʌnˈstɔːntʃəbəl)
adj
incapable of being stopped
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The reader is thrust into the inner worlds of breathless anticipation, giddy reeling, blurred reality, drawn-out ennui, and unstaunchable rages with which teens are blessed and afflicted.
But, ah, to me the night Was terrible with perfumes from the hair And breasts of Aphrodite; within my blood, Unstaunchable, surged all the undertow of spring, Dragging my soul unto the sea that knows no law.
Fortunately both the EU and the euro, its undesirable offspring, appear to be facing imminent extinction by thousands of unstaunchable cuts.
Its opposite is a "bleeding edge technology" -- technology that is so far ahead of the cutting edge of consumer acceptance that the project hemorrhages money and resources in an unstaunchable flow.
Briseis, whom Achilleus loves, is at the same time part of Achilleus's moira, the supplementary part, the part that both is and is not part, the part that somehow escapes and leaves an unstaunchable wound, a wound which she herself, restored, cannot staunch.