unresolvable


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Synonyms for unresolvable

not easily solved

not capable of being resolved

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Uncanny, then, is the lifelong performance of this unresolvable, paradoxical being.
It creates an ambivalence in your cognitive assessment, making you either deny the very occurrence of an event, or accept the grave realities in order to either work upon their eradication or to pass them into oblivion, to the deepest pits of plethora of supposedly unresolvable crisis.
It is incompatible with his status as an emotionally responsible adult, unresolvable right down to the cinema-worthy climax.
Beirut: Amid news reports that highlighted how Lebanese officials added a garbage crisis to their growing list of woes that further sank the country into unresolvable dilemmas, comes a devastating new World Bank report that highlights what ails it.
No, they go deeper into the experience of an unresolvable liminality.
Fingers were pointed as to which fighter might be ducking the other as the parties squabbled over various issues -- the last unresolvable difference a mutually acceptable pre-fight drug-testing protocol.
Where once he could find his place in life by staying on the margins of it, keeping a safe distance from involvement, Luke now realises he is at the centre of a conflict both primitive and unresolvable, where every evasion of choice can only lead to disastrous losses.
This offers challenges but for those that are willing to immerse themselves in the local construction market and work to develop the relationships and consequent understanding of the market, none of these issues are unresolvable.
The lead author of the research, Dr Spencer James, said that in the first decade of marriage, conflict increased and the conflicts either remained unresolved or were unresolvable.
Putin has now lost the initiative that he seized in Crimea by turning the bloody battle over Donbas into an unresolvable stalemate.
The unresolvable dilemma she faced, knowing that any prolonged absence from class would lead to possible prosecution, while striving to help him face the bullies who tormented him, must have been unbearable.
The moralists' ancient belief in the pernicious influence of art is unresolvable here, but media charges that CIA torture, specifically against Arabs, is being used to "entertain" and make money, may have cost this morally ambiguous docudrama an Academy Award.
To him, there are no unresolvable issues between Yerevan and Ankara.
It is an unresolvable conflict, the same identity schizophrenia that many Arabs have.