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unsustainable

(ˌʌnsəsˈtɛɪnəbəl)
adj
not able to be continued at the same level, rate, etc
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His hopefulness had long been more painful to me than his despondency; it was so unlike hopefulness, had something so fierce in its determination to be it, was so hungry and eager, and yet so conscious of being forced and unsustainable that it had long touched me to the heart.
However, note that on the contrary 2 big players in the North have not increased their prices, which makes this above increase unsustainable in our view.
The next Prime Minister is being urged to cut the "unsustainable cost" of employing workers.
In 2013, his mortgage was deemed unsustainable by his lender and he sold his house in early 2014.
A third of fish stocks caught at unsustainable levels !-- -- Pia Lee-Brago (The Philippine Star) - June 13, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines One-third of the world's fish stocks are being caught at biologically unsustainable levels, up threefold from the mid-1970s, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has said.
Summary: Groningen [Netherland], Apr 30 (ANI) China through its "debt trap diplomacy" and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), has pushed Pakistan's deficit to "unsustainable levels", said European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS).
The IMF warned Parliament's Budget committee in February that debt was fast approaching unsustainable levels.
Daniel Ek, the CEO of music streaming service Spotify (SPOT) says his firm's relationship with Apple (AAPL) is "completely unsustainable," according to a report from the Mac Observer's Charlotte Henry.
Selangor's free water programme is unsustainable as its increased year-on-year demand has strained the state government's coffers, Mentri Besar Amiruddin Shaari said today.
The deliberately ill-conceived fiscal and monetary policies of PML-N government have confronted the country with a twin menace of unsustainable public debt and unmanageable ballooned current account deficit.
COUNCIL bosses have hit back at claims that doubling garden waste collection charges in Newcastle makes the service "unsustainable".
SCHOOLS in the Vale of Glamorgan are having to make tough decisions to operate under 'unsustainable' budgets after losing PS1.3million in seven years, the council has admitted.