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unsolvable

adjective as in not easily solved

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Policy experts reassure us that if taken seriously as a threat, nuclear terrorism is both preventable and solvable.

What I hope this has done is pushed the conversation beyond acceptance to a point where we can see mental illness as a solvable “injury,” and that there’s a path forward.

All of these results show the importance of considering existing mathematical ideas in new contexts in order to figure out if a problem is even currently solvable.

Africa was supposedly a land of disasters, unsolvable poverty, or, worst of all, irrelevant to Americans.

Koskinen is just the latest target for GOP venting over the emails and what the agency insists was an unsolvable IT problem.

Children today seem like an unsolvable problem—an evil trick played on adults by nature itself.

Different incidents but both are deep problems that plague each country and seem unsolvable.

Not everything gets wrapped up with a pretty bow; some mysteries are unsolvable, some victims inconsolable.

They had been plunging deep into the solving of unsolvable problems, and she turned her burning old eyes on him as she answered.

All night he pondered schemes of rescue or escape, until his brain reeled and his soul grew sick before the unsolvable problem.

The unspeakable, unsolvable mystery of it all rested like a weight on the spirits of both men.

It was in no way a remarkable article to buy, nor one I would be likely to connect with a deep, unsolvable problem.

She remained upheld in spirit, while yet she seemed to brood over an unsolvable problem.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unsolvable, such as: inexplicable, inextricable, inscrutable, insoluble, and unexcogitable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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