uncheckable


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uncheckable

(ʌnˈtʃɛkəbəl)
adj
1. not able to be restrained
2. not able to be confirmed; unverifiable
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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.
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.
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.
Moreover, since what is unknown is also uncheckable and owing to the fact that the first requirement which a reasonable doubt has to meet is to offer some conjectural explanation of how it is that we might erroneously believe the proposition which is being targeted by the argument we appeal to, it's of no avail to try to construct an unmitigated skepticism recurring to the abstract and indefinite possibility of checkable but unchecked defeators (defeators which we aren't aware of).
Unchecked and uncheckable borrowers of questionable quality were acting as a new source of fuel.
Oral information came from purported eyewitnesses, but that was unreliable and uncheckable.
We use a rich set of individual- and area-level covariates, which reduces this risk but cannot eliminate it: any use of instrumental variables rests on the uncheckable assumption that, conditional on the covariates, the instruments are uncorrelated with unobservable factors affecting the dependent variable.
And in August 2006, a federal court declared the NSA spying program unconstitutional, rejecting the president's assertion of uncheckable authority with the stem warning that "there are no hereditary Kings in America.
The White House's theory of its uncheckable power can be seen in its Justice Department's brief "Legal Authorities Supporting the Activities of the National Security Agency Described by the President.