uncatchable

uncatchable

(ʌnˈkætʃəbəl)
adj
not able to be caught
References in classic literature ?
Sometimes there was only the width of the road between the imposing precipices on the right and the clear cool water on the left with its shoals of uncatchable fish skimming about through the bars of sun and shadow; and sometimes, in place of the precipices, the grassy land stretched away, in an apparently endless upward slant, and was dotted everywhere with snug little chalets, the peculiarly captivating cottage of Switzerland.
Last week, Victory Team were uncatchable as they powered to an outright win in St Clair to put themselves at the top of the overall standings.
The current top four of Australia, New Zealand, England and India are starting to look uncatchable even though there are several rounds of group matches left..
Summary: Reiterer was uncatchable in both the motos to clinch maximum 50 points
Hamilton will head into the final five rounds with an almost uncatchable 50-point lead over Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel after team-mate Valtteri Bottas was ordered out of his way at the Sochi Autodrom.
Just as no one can say 'Sindh and Pakistan' or 'Punjab and Pakistan', so also the term 'Karachi and Sindh' is uncatchable.
If play-off chasing Millwall beat Fulham at The Den on Friday, then two Cardiff wins - against Nottingham Forest on Saturday and Derby on April 24 - could make them uncatchable.
Regardless of how United fare at home to Swansea, a City victory at Goodison Park would leave them just a win away from being uncatchable in the title race.
Blues boss Antonio Conte fears that if City continue to buy up all the best talent, they will be uncatchable for years.
The right team, in his case, was PREMA, for whom Leclerc has taken eight poles, six race wins and been generally uncatchable throughout the season.
Zverev looks uncatchable in first place and Khachanov, who sits sixth, has been inspired by the German's achievements.
He exhibited amazing pace and was virtually uncatchable in the final race, even though the speedy Ananth Shanmugam was snapping at his tail in each of the laps.