unscalable


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unscalable

(ʌnˈskeɪləbəl)
adj
unable to be scaled or climbed
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Adj.1.unscalable - incapable of being ascended
scalable - capable of being scaled; possible to scale; "the scalable slope of a mountain"
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unscalable

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To run seemed ridiculous, especially toward that steep and unscalable cliff, and yet I did so, and as I ran I saw Ja, agile as a monkey, crawl down the precipitous face of the rocks, clinging to small projections, and the tough creepers that had found root-hold here and there.
With the journey all but completed to be thus wrecked upon the wrong side of that precipitous and unscalable wall of rock and ice!
Before us spread the Sojar Az, and else-where about us rose unscalable cliffs.
They are a boundary, a dividing line, a wall impregnable and unscalable.
But there was no exit from the garden into the world outside; all round it ran a tall, smooth, unscalable wall with special spikes at the top; no bad garden, perhaps, for a man to reflect in whom some hundred criminals had sworn to kill.
If we were to launch a global English news account on WhatsApp, we would probably get hundreds of thousands of subscribe requests; there's no way we could manage that level of requests because it just becomes unscalable in terms of all the broadcast lists we'd need to do, and every time we get a subscribe request, we have manually add that number onto the handset one by one and then move it to a broadcast list individually one by one.
Thus, the forcemen retained the advantage of secrecy as they advanced up a cliff assumed to be unscalable.
Millions of devices sending continuous streams of information may soon lead to unscalable mountains of data.
Subjecting the items of exhaustion-vigor and cynicism-dedication dyads (borrowed from MBI-GS and UWES respectively) to confirmatory factor analysis (CFA), as well as observing their pattern of relationship shared with other constructs, they inferred that while cynicism and dedication could be construed to be opposites along a single 'identification' dimension, exhaustion and vigor were best represented as distinct yet highly related dimensions, unscalable on a single 'energy' dimension.
That Grady has been able to control these creatures speaks volumes of his skill and courage, but it seems he has met his match in the Indominus rex, the as-yet unseen attraction whom he first meets when it leaves tracks on the seemingly unscalable walls of its enclosure.
The Wizard of Oz method is, by design, a completely unscalable way of testing out an idea that usually involves technology and infrastructure by performing the task in question by hand.