Impalatable

Im`pal´a`ta`ble


a.1.Unpalatable.
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Most of the private landowners are also putting the forest at fires to remove impalatable species which aggravates fire resultantly caught by the nearby state forests," he added.
According to Rafi Raza, during preliminary and detailed meetings with NAP and JUI, the opposition leaders used harsh language with Bhutto which, he said, was quite impalatable for Bhutto as no one had ever spoken to him in these tones.
These articles combine the diaristic, polemical, aphoristic and narrative modes in a way conducive to his dialectical thinking and his conviction that a catastrophic change has occurred in the Italian political reality and made the civic theme impalatable to the national press.