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Definition of Ineducable
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Literary usage of Ineducable
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1. Abandoned to the State: Cruelty and Neglect in Russian Orphanagesby Kathleen Hunt by Kathleen Hunt (1999)
"In this report, unless indicated otherwise, "internal" refers to the institutions for "ineducable" children run by the Russian Ministry of Labor and Social ..."
2. The Tyranny of Shams by Joseph McCabe (1916)
"Nothing but candid and careful experience will show which races are educable and which ineducable. It is very probable that such peoples as the wild ..."
3. Adolescence: Its Psychology and Its Relations to Physiology, Anthropology by Granville Stanley Hall (1904)
"... stigmata of degeneration, was not ineducable or irresponsible, and it was easy to interpret his few words and acts as expressions of peculiar sagacity. ..."
4. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1916)
"Some proved themselves feebleminded, grew up ineducable, slovenly, and inefficient, ending their lives in the poorhouse. Some became vagrants, wandering ..."
5. Comparative Education: Studies of the Educational Systems of Six Modern Nations by Peter Sandiford, Isaac Leon Kandel, Harold Waldstein Foght, Arthur H. Hope (1918)
"... were hopelessly dull, some ineducable, but only recently has a scientific classification into idiots, imbeciles, feeble-minded, etc., been possible. ..."