untearable

untearable

(ʌnˈtɛərəbəl)
adj
not able to be torn; not tearable
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Translations

untearable

adjunzerreißbar
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(Suicidal inmates, clarifies a prison official, are clad in a nonflammable, untearable paper "shroud.")
Dean's Rag Book Company, founded in 1903 as a maker of untearable rag books, has suffered all the problems of the British toy manufacturing industry and had survived several near closures and management takeovers.
A statement from Brightwells said: "Deans Rag Book Company, founded in 1903 as a maker of untearable rag books, has suffered all the problems of the British toy manufacturing industry.
LIEBERS: "We at Select-A-Vision have come out with a major change in package design by attaching an untearable tag to all our SAV sunglasses.
It is untearable, will handle snow and hail, and is semi-flexible so it will conform to Quonset-style and other curved designs.
Untearable and waterproof, you can write anything on it, from your phone number to where you're sitting on the beach.