unmaintainable

unmaintainable

(ˌʌnmeɪnˈteɪnəbəl)
adj
1. not capable of being kept in proper or good condition
2. formal not capable of being continued, retained, or kept in existence
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Fixing previously filed petitions that were time-barred or unmaintainable on Wednesday, the SC dismissed contempt applications against Nawaz, Federal Minister for Privatisation Daniyal Aziz and Federal Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique.
In spite of the unattainable, unmaintainable nature of the figure of the hidalgo-cristiano viejo, it had significant real-worid impact; it was an impossible standard, but it was nevertheless the standard.
The team focus should be on robust quality and safety, because poor design will eventually result in unmaintainable and buggy software.
The ATSP4 program is designed to resolve problems with obsolete, unreliable, unmaintainable, underperforming, or incapable electronics hardware and software through development of advanced technology insertions and applications to meet the requirements of the Department of Defense for a quick reaction capability.
At least for now, the right to tinker with software remains; but the law could change, and I could be stuck with an unmaintainable user interface.
As the years progress and the unmaintainable standard of beauty soars, there's no better comfort than looking at people so much worse off than you.
The recommendations will help government get rid of almost Rs 500 billion losses per annum which have remained unmaintainable and a threat to balanced budget.
determining that the claim was unmaintainable because it was too abstract).
Casting the Atkins diet as unmaintainable ("deprivation doesn't work"), she allows sugar in her eating plan (albeit not much) and provides long lists of foods--including pita bread, pork roast, and yams--for her plan's allotted three meals and two snacks per day.
He wrote that "its progress must lead to an unnatural and, I believe, an unmaintainable state of society" (1861, 2:7).
Fragile interfaces can turn your complex technology into an unmaintainable house of cards.
For a servant to dress like his superiors is pure theatricality, a pointless and unmaintainable fiction, as the author of the previously discussed essay on Berlin argues in no uncertain terms.