unfindable

unfindable

(ʌnˈfaɪndəbəl)
adj
not able to be found
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In her eulogy, mum Kate Rothschild said: "I can't possibly begin to explain the ocean of grief we find ourselves in or the feeling of being shattered into a thousand unfindable pieces.
It is all too human for an ambitious seeker to grasp onto unfindable Buddhist notions such as no self or emptiness or non-duality (or Heidegger's notion of Dasein) and reify them into a finding that becomes an egoic victory.
partisan impact nor declares such a standard to be unfindable. (69)
Some statistics reported in the book are questionable or unfindable. Some statements are at best metaphorical.
They are the experts in skirting dangerous shoals of missed, out-of-date, and unfindable data.
There is an index of Apple iPhone apps, which remain essentially unfindable regardless of the search system I use.
Through this platform Monster.com aims at finding the "unfindable" talent using a storehouse of actionable information and web-based recruiting tools.
uploaded a resume to a database or created a web profile, which makes them unfindable,"
I crave finding the needle in the haystack; I get a rush of adrenaline every time I find something "unfindable"; and I have a tough time passing up any opportunity to connect people with the data, information, and knowledge they need.
They are constantly obsessed by the need to travel, to go from city to city, from hospital to hospital, in search of a new treatment, an unfindable remedy.
Video metatagging has to improve; otherwise, primitive indexing methods will make potentially important information unfindable. Who can watch videos as quickly as a person can scan text?
One of my favourites is 'the quest for an unfindable dog turd', such as "I faraged for an hour in the bushes but I couldn't find it'.