unpayable


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unpayable

(ʌnˈpeɪəbəl)
adj
incapable of being paid
References in classic literature ?
A fever, a mutilation, a cruel disappointment, a loss of wealth, a loss of friends, seems at the moment unpaid loss, and unpayable.
He added: "The people who invested your money are now nowhere to be seen and you are left with unpayable bills.
PPPs put the health care of impoverished countries like Zambia and Liberia at risk of unjust and unpayable debt.
The governor at the time, Alejandro Garc'eda Padilla, declared the debt unpayable and began defaulting on debt payments.
Once PM declared that he didn't intend to draw the salary, it was unpayable and thus unreceivable', said Zahid Hamid.
The Higher Education Loan Protection (HELP) program from Kapnick Insurance is a way for colleges and universities to differentiate themselves as parents and students get more selective about choosing their school in the face of potentially unpayable levels of debt.
The company holds $9 billion of Puerto Rico's $68 public debt load, which the governor has said is unpayable and needs restructuring.
The governor described it as a "painful decision" but had been warning since 105 that the public debt of the island of over USD70bn was unpayable.
Nurses take the pulse of America, and have to care for the fallout of every social and economic problem: malnutrition; homelessness; unpayable medical bills; the stress and mental disorders from joblessness; higher asthma rates, cancer, heart ailments and birth defects from environmental pollution and the climate crisis.
Many levies could never be paid and it led to ludicrous cases such as the woman in Kidderminster - who had not eaten in days after her benefits were stopped - being hit with an unpayable PS328.
Much attention is paid to our economic deficit, but whilst that diverts our attention, the debt to nature is building up, and that deficit will soon be unpayable.
Mr Lyons is also fearful that vulnerable people who become thieves because they can't afford to feed themselves could be landed with unpayable fines, or that innocent people would end up with criminal records rather than pay the fees.