unassimilable

unassimilable

(ˌʌnəˈsɪmələbəl)
adj
1. (Sociology) (of foreign peoples) not able to be assimilated or taken into a culture
2. (Philosophy) (of ideas) not able to be assimilated or incorporated into a way of thought
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In his view, Jews were "unassimilable" and would undermine the purity of the USA's "racial stock." How tragic, looking at America 2019.
These laws were championed by white Americans who believed the Chinese to be unassimilable and also a threat to the economic well-being of the native-born.
A Roll of the Dice is a story of the glorious transformation of a woman; her sense of unassimilable loss and abiding hopes go hand in hand throughout the book.
Were such attitudes more common the sickeningly familiar caricature of the backward, anti-freedom, unassimilable Pakistani migrant would vanish.
I define Islamophobia as the presumption that Islam is inherently violent, alien and unassimilable, a presumption driven by the belief that expressions of Muslim identity correlate with a propensity for terrorism.
Bryce often appears more forgiving toward these marginalized groups compared to other writers of the era, though always showing how these groups could effectively become 'proper Canadians,' as opposed to designating them as unassimilable, as others had generally done.
It is indeed a form of narration from Benjy's perspective, but one that does not cohere with any represented communication, and so is unassimilable to the communication model.
The real embarrassment is an Alabama senator who believes it's okay to rip babies apart in the womb, that mentally ill boys belong in girls' locker rooms, and that we should flood the nation with unassimilable foreigners to take the place of the murdered babies.
In the past ethnic groups considered undesirable and unassimilable were excluded from entering Canada through diagnoses of disease and disability, while in our day persons with disabilities that render them economically undesirable are equally excluded.
Hopkins, by explicitly connecting the perceived bitterness to the taste of himself, seems to configure a struggle between I and not-I, a danger of self-division that the subject seeks to counteract by rejecting an unassimilable otherness.
These characters are unassimilable others, beings who deconstruct the necessarily abstract, Turing-type dichotomies between human and non-human.
O dare her, Adonis ..." I did-- I edited unassimilable verbosities I've ridiculed as "rot"-- Stanton saw me!