irresoluble

ir·re·sol·u·ble

 (ĭr′ĭ-zŏl′yə-bəl)
adj.
Impossible to resolve: irresoluble conflicts.

[Latin irresolūbilis : in-, not; see in-1 + resolvere, resolūt-, to untie; see resolve.]
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irresoluble

(ɪˈrɛzəljʊbəl)
adj
1. a less common word for insoluble
2. archaic not capable of being relieved
irˌresoluˈbility n
irˈresolubly adv
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ir•re•sol•u•ble

(ˌɪr ɪˈzɒl yə bəl, ɪˈrɛz əl-)

adj.
1. incapable of being solved, explained, or clarified.
2. Archaic. incapable of being resolved into component parts.
[1640–50; < Latin irresolūbilis]
ir`re•sol`u•bil′i•ty, n.
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The principle of proportionality is thus caught on the horns of an irresoluble dilemma.
La novela no es el genero de las respuestas, sino el de las preguntas: escribir una novela consiste en plantearse una pregunta compleja para formularla de la manera mas compleja posible, no para contestarla; consiste en sumergirse en un enigma para volverlo irresoluble, no para descifrarlo.
No se dan, quedan como enigmas pero nos atrapan porque no percibimos vacio sino algo suspendido y latente y que no se termina de averiguar, irresoluble a veces, pero que nos retiene.
We have swayed between the ideologies of the times and been entrapped in their irresoluble contention, when our attention might have been better focused infusing confidence in our people.