unsalvageable

unsalvageable

(ʌnˈsælvɪdʒəbəl)
adj
not able to be recovered
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An early-morning, two-hour blaze rendered the one-story building unsalvageable, its 48 concessionaires without spaces, and the UP community truly bereft.
The end of the forend where it met the barrel was unsalvageable as were the steps in the stock where the barrel bands had trapped moisture under them and rotted the wood away.
The VI Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) has requested use of the Park Service facility as a site for the processing of unsalvageable vessels taken from the waters of the USVI.
The Eleftheria square is now an unsalvageable mess from a PR perspective, but for some reason I can't help muse on various what-if scenarios.
Meanwhile historic parts of the premises are being removed to ensure they are preserved and protected for future use while the major build work, which will include significant internal demolition and stripping out of unsalvageable areas, takes place.
It's too late now though, too much has gone on and the situation is unsalvageable.
When the British voted to leave the European Union last year, they were driven partly by the perception of the eurozone as a dysfunctional - and perhaps unsalvageable - project.
Eventually, the spectacle stopped, but not without significant damage to the castle, including a collapsed roof and unsalvageable teaching materials.
Despite Altaf's genuine engagement with Bastar's art and tragedies, this show, surprisingly, seemed to represent a merely passing acquaintance with what came across as an unsalvageable world inspiring little more than fleeting melancholia.
12 Unlike most reports,13-15 our case involves the use of angioembolization to stop urine production from an unsalvageable, but perfused segment of the kidney in conjunction with a ureteral stent, as opposed to stopping persistent bleeding.
We were constantly told during the Lime Street planning stages last year that the building and its frontage were unsalvageable and demolition was the only way forward.
The country is moving toward political and economic ruin; its political class, denied the regional funding to which it had grown addicted, has been plundering the limited resources of the state with abandon; and the Maronites in particular have sensed that unless the presidency is filled soon, their status in the country will soon become unsalvageable.