unstoppable

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un- +‎ stoppable

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unstoppable (comparative more unstoppable, superlative most unstoppable)

  1. Unable to be stopped.
    Their "greatly unstoppable fight" against the cause was a joke.
    • 2011 October 20, Jamie Lillywhite, “Tottenham 1 - 0 Rubin Kazan”, in BBC Sport[1]:
      However Russian Pavlyuchenko stunned his compatriots with an unstoppable 25-yard drive into the top corner.
    • 20 January 2017, Donald Trump, Inauguration Speech
      When America is united, America is totally unstoppable.
    • 2020 September 9, Paul Clifton, “SWR unveils £1bn 'Arterios' for the "heart of our network"”, in Rail, pages 26-27:
      These trains were ordered years before the pandemic, commissioned to tackle a problem that has (for now) gone away. Passenger numbers are no longer increasing at an unstoppable rate, driven by rising central London employment. The extra capacity is not currently needed.

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