unpreventable


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unpreventable

(ˌʌnprɪˈvɛntəbəl)
adj
not able to be prevented
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Adj.1.unpreventable - not preventableunpreventable - not preventable; "unpreventable hysteria"
preventable - capable of being prevented; "conscious of preventable human suffering"- A.L.Guerard
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But while his father serves as his inspiration, Race said it has "disadvantages." For one, he knows his father's name will always be mentioned during interviews and that comparison is unpreventable.
Whether it's suddenly realising your car is running low on petrol, or desperately needing the toilet on your way home, detours are an annoying yet unpreventable feature of many journeys.
Although the Utah Perinatal Mortality Review Committee characterized 85% of drug-induced pregnancy-associated deaths as unpreventable between 2005 and 2014, new onset or exacerbations of conditions such as depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and substance use disorders generally have been acknowledged to occur both during pregnancy and post partum.
class="MsoNormalThe most bizarre bit of it all is that our people are dying not because of anything complicated, unpreventable or unpredictable, but because those mandated to prevent such disasters have absconded, in a lethal combination of sheer negligence, utter incompetence and indifference.
One man told the Telegraph that him and his wife were left with just PS1 a day to live on after a chain of unexpected and unpreventable setbacks.
The defendants claimed there was no indication to expedite delivery and no violation of any standard of care, and that the unpredictable and unpreventable outcome was due to an unforeseen uterine rupture.
Hawe's actions, initially put down to pressure at work, stress and spiralling depression, had been filed away in 2016 as appalling but unpreventable.
Characteristics of preventable and unpreventable readmissions were compared and potentially avoidable factors were identified.
A con woman who drove a mum and daughter to suicide over an online blackmail plot suffered an unpreventable death behind bars, a sheriff has ruled.
Colin, 46, spoke to CoventryLive about how the system let him down after a chain of unexpected and unpreventable setbacks.
PHYSICIAN'S DEFENSE: Shoulder dystocia is unpredictable and an unpreventable obstetric emergency.
A Xinhua commentary, timed with WEF 2019, recalls how China made a "historical choice to ride the unpreventable tide" of economic globalization at the end of the 1970s.