uncheckable


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uncheckable

(ʌnˈtʃɛkəbəl)
adj
1. not able to be restrained
2. not able to be confirmed; unverifiable
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uncheckable - incapable of being checked or restraineduncheckable - incapable of being checked or restrained
difficult, unmanageable - hard to control; "a difficult child", "an unmanageable situation"
References in classic literature ?
The newspapers, the gossip of the village, his own picturings had aroused him to an uncheckable degree.
Not merely unchecked, but uncheckable, since there are no means of checking it known to the laws of any civilised system of jurisprudence.
They decried the figures which politicians bandied about as mostly uncheckable and often palpably unrealistic.One group of activists has hired lawyers in an attempt to prosecute leading Brexit proponent Boris Johnson for his repeated claim, painted on the side of the Leave campaign bus, that Britain pays the EU some pound350 million a week.
Positive or uncheckable lateral resection margin involvement was more frequently noted in the piecemeal ESD group than in the en bloc ESD group (p<0.001).
weapons." (9) But the worst aspect of all is the uncheckable course
And so the fact that there is concern in the United States and has been in the Congress for the last 15 years, that the [WTO] Appellate Body is in some ways uncheckable, which is largely the fault of how we created the system, is a top priority and a major concern.
The industry fought back with a clever strategy: pay "independent" researchers to do counter studies using the industry's own (uncheckable) data.
Charged Safire, "Liberals who have yearned for an activist President now see how uncheckable activism can erode the separation of church and state.
Mind you, Turkey is hardly a safe bet these days compared to six years ago, what with mounting uncheckable terrorism, hordes of fleeing migrants/refugees, not knowing who they're at war with -- Assad's Syria, ISIL or the Kurds -- while experiencing dangerously worsening diplomatic relations with their neighbour, Russia.
Henry wants to enlist despite " his belief that the ethical motive in [his mother's] argument was impregnable." (31) Crane writes of Henry's assessment of the war's status: "The newspapers, the gossip of the village, his own picturings, had aroused him to an uncheckable degree.
The problem is that such a rule is cost prohibitive if done correctly, and results in uncheckable tax fraud in practice.
There are uncheckable private events going on inside people.