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  • He plays at life because he is unable to live it.
  • Those who were unable to fast still must make up the days missed later.
  • However, the government has been unable to pass legislation to effect this change.
  • He therefore was unable to play in the grand final.
  • The person must be a danger to themselves or others, or be unable to care for themselves.
  • It is unable to survive without a host for more than a few days.
  • Nevertheless, they were still unable to vote because they were women.
  • She finds herself unable to be what defined her being.
  • Henry was left alone against France, unable to make peace.
  • Something which he is eventually unable to do.
  • They (women) are sometimes unable to stand the hard work of it day in and day out.
  • The regional economy suffered when they were unable to work.
  • Those unable to reach the ship in time were quickly rounded up.
  • Not every character speaks every language, so occasionally characters are unable to understand one another.
  • Unable to discover where the rock had come from, the soldiers attacked and defeated one another.
  • One party came close to the entrance to the cave, but was unable to sight them.
  • Like almost all authors of his day, he was unable to support himself through his writings.
  • This brings touch screen technology to those who were previously unable to use it.
  • Soviet maintenance projects proved unable to take care of even the few roads the country had.
  • If the player is unable to continue, the player will lose a machine and can try the race again.
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Words starting with unable

Meaning of unable

  • adjective (usually followed by `to') not having the necessary means or skill or know-how
    unable to get to town without a car, unable to obtain funds