unpurchaseable

unpurchaseable

or

unpurchasable

adj
not able to be bought or purchased
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As Encore notes, "This data is unpurchaseable." As a result, conversion rates have gone up more than 7 percent, with a revenue increase measured in the millions of dollars.
This I know, that the first unpurchaseable blessing earned by every man who makes an effort to improve himself in such a place as the Athenaeum is self-respect--an inward dignity of character which once acquired and righteously maintained, nothing, no, not the hardest drudgery, nor the direst poverty, can vanquish.