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How to use uneatable in a sentence

The biscuit in a long voyage becomes uneatable, and flower will not keep.
TRAVELS THROUGH THE SOUTH OF FRANCE AND THE INTERIOR OF PROVINCES OF PROVENCE AND LANGUEDOC IN THE YEARS 1807 AND 1808LT-COL. PINKNEY
Nothing is more disagreeable than a piece of fish half raw at the bone; it is uneatable.
A COURSE OF LECTURES ON THE PRINCIPLES OF DOMESTIC ECONOMY AND COOKERYJULIET CORSON
Goose is a poor bird at any time, but uneatable unless properly roasted.
DODO'S DAUGHTERE. F. BENSON
We merely shot it because it injured the maize, for its flesh is uneatable.
THE BACKWOODSMANVARIOUS
The lamb is uneatable, the potatoes are waxy, and the peas like pills.
THE THIN RED LINE; AND BLUE BLOODARTHUR GRIFFITHS
On coming to my first bit of bread to-day I found it uneatable.
LADYSMITHH. W. NEVINSON
It expanded and shut up quickly, but ended by becoming prodigious and absolutely uneatable.
BOUVARD AND PCUCHETGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
He shows us the cat as a diminutive but undomesticated tiger to whom we are nothing more than an overgrown and uneatable prey.
MAJOR PROPHETS OF TO-DAYEDWIN E. SLOSSON
In short, it is uneatable, except by drunkards, who want something to stimulate their sickly appetite.
COTTAGE ECONOMYWILLIAM COBBETT
Beds had gone up in the lodging-houses to thirty-five cents a night, and the food in the cheap restaurants was almost uneatable.
THE BREAKING POINTMARY ROBERTS RINEHART

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