unnegotiable


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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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May said on Monday she could not commit the government to delivering the outcome of any votes held as parliament might vote for something which was unnegotiable with the EU, or which contradicted her party's 2017 election promises.
If, as I suggest, an asymmetrical distance is a positive, Other-affirming, ethical stance, then this only works when conjoined to that other unnegotiable Jewish ethical tenet: action.
The traffic, especially near wedding halls, somehow always seem to be located in clusters, becomes entirely unnegotiable.
It started out as a suggestion shortly after the parliamentary elections concluded last May but has slowly evolved into a dictate and unnegotiable condition.
"We value Kuwait's continuous support for the Palestinian cause; a matter that is unnegotiable due to its justice," said Minister Besiso in a press conference after the inauguration.
All around us, like a chicken pox epidemic, boards have begun appearing at strategically visible points along roads that had lain neglected and almost unnegotiable during the last five years.
He underscored Sudan's unnegotiable right in full sovereignty over Halayeb and hoped that debate over the issue at Summit meetings and meetings of the High Committee, the Four-Member Committee and the Joint Committee for Political Consultation to lead to acceptance of the Egyptian side to one of the two options, negotiation or arbitration.
We had a one-mile walk to our blind, since the heavy rains had created gooey backroads unnegotiable by vehicle.
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.
Other lesions found on colonoscopy include polyps which mimicked carcinoma of the colon, as well as unnegotiable luminal narrowing in a smaller subset of patients [5].
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.