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unnegotiable

(ˌʌnnɪˈɡəʊʃəbəl)
adj
incapable of being negotiated
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unnegotiable

adjective
Incapable of being used or availed of to advantage:
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We had a one-mile walk to our blind, since the heavy rains had created gooey backroads unnegotiable by vehicle.
The Swiss Constitution so obviously guarantees freedom of faith as a basic unnegotiable right for all people in the country, citizens and expats, just like "all are equal before the law.
A sharp curve at an existing intersection with the I-30 Frontage Road was unnegotiable for large trucks, so the Michael Baker team designed a solution to add a long sweeping curve that would allow trucks to safely use the intersection for turns.
Niger Delta poet Ebi Yeibo's verse lyrically engages the Nigerian nation on looming postindependence issues while still concluding almost every poem with a blind, unnegotiable confidence in the belief that the nation will eventually be freed from the stranglehold of tyrannical government.
In a democratic solution, what would be established as an unnegotiable prerequisite is the political equality of citizens, not that of constituent states, which is a divisive and confederational element," he said.
His unswerving commitment to attacking football comes with the unnegotiable demand that when the ball is lost, his players must work relentlessly to win it back.
The reason behind this seemingly paradoxical attitude toward absolute and total war can be found, I believe, in two ethical imperatives underlying Das Echolot the I's infinite responsibility toward the "other" and the I's unnegotiable need to preserve the "other's" voice.
By turns optical and literal, the visual ostensiveness of Begum's (categorically indeterminate) wall pieces is perforce equivocal, and this is perhaps inevitable, given the historical distance that separates her practice from a cultural moment when the opposition between the Minimalist doxa of literalness per se and "pure" visual illusionism seemed as stark and unnegotiable as it did more than 45 years ago.
This opposition would seem to be an immediate and unnegotiable one.
These terms are typically described by bank representatives as standard, and sort of unnegotiable.
It is also said that because the aims of these groups are apocalyptic and their demands unnegotiable, it is impossible to treat with them.
The chair of IUCN s Species Survival Commission, Simon Stuart, writing in Biophilia, published in 2014 by the conservation foundation Synchronicity Earth, has called for "a society and a global economy which makes the rights of people and nature unnegotiable.