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un- +‎ firable


unfirable (comparative more unfirable, superlative most unfirable)

  1. Incapable of being fired (in various senses).
    • 2007, Phillip F. Schewe, The Grid
      Moses was practically unfirable; he was to government construction what J. Edgar Hoover had been to crime enforcement.
    • 2010, Richard Rouse III, Game Design: Theory and Practice, Second Edition
      Once the ammunition is out for a mounted weapon, the weapon will be unfirable though the player may still “Use” the weapon.
    • 2013, Paolo Spagnoletti, Organizational Change and Information Systems
      There is a combination of the condition values that is inconsistent and therefore the rule is unfirable.