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unrepeatable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunrepeatableun‧re‧peat‧a‧ble /ˌʌnrɪˈpiːtəbəl◂/ adjective  1 RUDE/IMPOLITEtoo rude or offensive to repeat He said something unrepeatable.2 REPEAT#unable to be done again
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unrepeatableIt did not make pleasant listening and most of it was unrepeatable.It would be naive and vain to try to emulate Pope John, who was unique and unrepeatable.The only words in her head were aimed at fitzAlan and they were quite unrepeatable.Always self-deprecating and modest, he fought bravely a long struggle against cancer, remaining cheerful and full of amusing unrepeatable anecdotes.The serial number of a human specimen is the face, that accidental and unrepeatable combination of features.Since excavation involves destruction of much of the evidence, it is an unrepeatable exercise.As an initial act it is a once-for-all, unrepeatable experience.Then she remembered why Nahum had come home in a terrible temper and called her unrepeatable names.
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