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.
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.
Ahora bien, como acto de ser y primario de mayor "excelencia" que el ser extramental equivalente a sola principiacion ya que de redoblante dualidad intrinseca segun el caracter de ademas equiparable con el intrinseco otorgarse del metodo al tema en alcanzandolo y bajo la condicion de inescindible solidaridad metodico-tematica, la persona humana excede una condicion meramente inacabable o inconsumable ya que estribando en un ampliarse inagotable es todavia mas "incolmable" pues consecuentemente el tema, por asi decir, "se torna" en metodo o se metodiza respecto de un tema ulterior, mas alto, y en el que tan solo cabria que se lograra el pleno lucir del ademas, su colmarse de claridad como refulgencia o esplendor.
In this instance, the turkey bone was found to be natural to a plate of roast turkey, just as fish bones could reasonably and naturally be found in a plate of fish; the presence of the bone does not render the food inconsumable.
I told myself: I have to react and make products that are as inconsumable as possible.
Our reader Joaquim said, oBig worry is that the food stuff from groceries or from the restaurants is getting stale or inconsumable.
Contributed papers explore areas such as secure service composition with symbolic effects, local enforceability and inconsumable messages in choreography models, a framework for testing semantic web services using model checking, and formal vision modeling of human agents in service oriented systems.
As one of the fundamental forces of the modern developed society, information has an attribute that does not have any other resource in economic development: inconsumable is, using is not reduced.
As one of the fundamental forces of the modern developed marketing society, information has an attribute that does not have any other resource in economic development: it is inconsumable, using is not reduced.
The first stanza of "Magic" imagines words as consumable, whereas in the third, letters and finally numbers are treated as inconsumable bones.
At a proposed site in North Dakota, suitable agricultural waste and inconsumable grain are already available to produce 12.