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Synonyms for undefendable

not defended or capable of being defended

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Appointed on prime ministerial whim, undefendable in democratic, historical, ethical or even practical grounds, there is no real case for the House of Lords.
Block's Defending the Undefendable has needled and irritated an entire generation of readers and compelled many to re-examine long-held beliefs in favor of the logic of libertarianism.
We were under the cosh in the second half and faced a barrage of crosses with guys like Steven Gerrard firing in almost undefendable balls.
When enforcing their charges for over-staying, they use bailiffs who will frequently charge pounds 360 or more in undefendable additional fees.
The Germans considered the island undefendable and their Italian allies useless: Facing superior numbers, German forces still managed to put up a successful defensive battle, allowing them to get 60,000 men plus heavy weapons across to the mainland, thanks to urelatively weak" delaying forces.
39) Walter Block, Defending the Undefendable (Auburn, AL: The Mises Institute, 2008 [1976]).
With the dashing Meg Lanning at the top of the order, it was quite clearly undefendable.
An undefendable medical malpractice suit against the hospital also resulted.
It's undefended and undefendable infrastructure, the pipelines and power lines and so on, and it runs through great spaces of open countryside and they run through aboriginal territories.
Of Booth's 86th-minute equaliser, Clarke added: "It's undefendable.
It is time for the legislatures and courts to review, adjust, and properly balance the system so as to give businesses the incentive to participate in commercializing new technology without fear of unknown restraints and undefendable per se violations.
The swagger, pace and power of the Pallister Park prodigy as he surges past experienced Premiership opponents and dances down the flank to the bye-line before whipping in undefendable crosses has had Boro fans long deprived of offensive action salivating.
Had the team done so, they would have been spread so thin that the site would have been undefendable.
If Congress and the President fail to establish a multi-jurisdictional approach to national security reform-special legislation with a special committee that brings together the ranking members for Appropriations, Armed Services, Commerce, Foreign Affairs, Government Operations, Judiciary, and-in a supporting role-Intelligence-then America will continue to be undefendable and we will see several more catastrophic attacks within the homeland-easily thousands of dead, but this time in California, Illinois, and Kansas.
That performance was undefendable, very poor" Former Wales international Jonathan Davies