inconsumable

in·con·sum·a·ble

 (ĭn′kən-so͞o′mə-bəl)
adj.
That cannot be consumed: "I have an unmovable faith in God ... and inconsumable passion for truth and love" (Mahatma Gandhi).

in′con·sum′a·bly adv.

inconsumable

(ˌɪnkənˈsjuːməbəl)
adj
1. incapable of being consumed or used up
2. (Economics) economics providing an economic service without being consumed, as currency
ˌinconˈsumably adv
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Men resist the conclusion in the morning, but adopt it as the evening wears on, that temper prevails over everything of time, place, and condition, and is inconsumable in the flames of religion.
Industrial and factory discharges contaminate water leaving them inconsumable. Rubidium bromide is, thus, used to purify water and destroy bacteria, allowing it to be used for personal, industrial and agricultural purposes.
That said, their genuine inconsumable otherness was filtered off, often fantasized as too excessive, dangerous, or fundamentalist to welcome.
The Inspectorate Division at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry disposes more contaminated goods in the country.The Inspector General of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Josephine Davis and her team were out in the field, dumping inconsumable goods that pose danger to human health.
Ideology is like fast food: spicy, tasty, hazardous and marketable, too, while art is like chewing gum: sweet yet inconsumable and which can be turned skilfully into different forms, pointing out diverse ways to interpret our true experiences of life.
The rising pollution level is making the river water inconsumable, and by 2025, the city is expected to have a major water crisis.
In the alkaline pH, ethanol acts as a proton donor and denatures upon deprotonation (inconsumable in nature at high pH).
Scientists also raised questions about the disposal of inconsumable chicken parts like heads and intestines of chickens, besides carcasses of dead ones, which are thrown near the farms to be scavenged by dogs and cats.
The Ministry of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources (MRWWR) seized large quantities of inconsumable potatoes in Yanqul, Dhank, Salalah and Buriami provinces.
"ever still / Burning, yet ever inconsumable" (Epipsychidion