uneatable


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uneatable

(ʌnˈiːtəbəl)
adj
not pleasant or safe enough to be eaten
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uneatable - not suitable for fooduneatable - not suitable for food    
indigestible - digested with difficulty
unpalatable - not pleasant or acceptable to the taste or mind; "an unpalatable meal"; "unpalatable truths"; "unpalatable behavior"
tough - resistant to cutting or chewing
Translations

uneatable

[ˈʌnˈiːtəbl] ADJincomible, que no se puede comer

uneatable

adjungenießbar
References in classic literature ?
When in this state the meat is, of course, quite uneatable; but the Gauchos assert, that if buried for some time in fresh earth, the taint is removed.
The English country gentleman galloping after a fox - the unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable.
The subject matter of the order is the acceptance and disposal of wastewater from the miedzyminimum complex of uneatable waste pronatura sp.
Oscar Wilde described which "sport" as "the unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable"?
Charlie Munger, Buffett's longtime business partner and Berkshire's vice chairman, said he views bitcoin as "worthless artificial gold," and compared it to Oscar Wilde's description of fox hunting, calling it "the pursuit of the uneatable by the unspeakable." Microsoft (MSFT) co-founder and Berkshire board member Bill Gates also chimed in, saying he would bet against bitcoin if he could.
All emergency rooms of the GOVS were prepared for any possible complaints from contaminated or uneatable meat and fish.
I agree that the fox population needs to be controlled but think that the "unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable" is not something I understand.
OSCAR Wilde described fox-hunting as "the unspeakable chasing the uneatable" - a sentiment that, 12 years after the Hunting Act came into force, continues to reflect the views of the British public, 84% of whom find the idea of frightened foxes being torn to shreds by packs of hounds deeply offensive.
Martin Rolph Llandaff, Cardiff No place for blood sports in Britain OSCAR Wilde described fox hunting as "the unspeakable chasing the uneatable" - a sentiment that, 12 years after the Hunting Act came into force, continues to reflect the views of British public, 84% of whom find the idea of frightened foxes being torn to shreds by packs of hounds deeply offensive.
Her straining at the leash to reintroduce savage, barbaric cruelty makes her an unspeakable Conservative - in full pursuit of uneatable, terrified animals to be ripped apart by snarling hounds whipped into a frenzy for the "fun" of a perverted minority.
Oscar Wilde said: "The English country gentleman galloping after a fox (is) the unspeakable in pursuit of the uneatable."
The shop admitted that the problem was in the baking process in which the eggs were not completely cooked to kill the bacteria, which caused around 25-30 pots to be uneatable.