Definition of Insolvable

1. Adjective. Not easily solved. "Public finance...had long presented problems unsolvable or at least unsolved"

Exact synonyms: Unresolvable, Unsoluble, Unsolvable
Similar to: Insoluble



Definition of Insolvable

1. a. Not solvable; insoluble; admitting no solution or explanation; as, an insolvable problem or difficulty.

Definition of Insolvable

1. Adjective. Impossible to solve; insoluble. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Insolvable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insolvable

insolents
insoles
insolidity
insolubilities
insolubility
insolubilize
insolubilized
insolubilizes
insolubilizing
insoluble
insoluble soap
insolubleness
insolublenesses
insolubles
insolubly
insolvable (current term)
insolvably
insolvated
insolvencies
insolvency
insolvent
insolvents
insomnia
insomniac
insomniacs
insomnias
insomnious
insomnolence
insomnolences
insomnolent

Literary usage of Insolvable

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1. Theory and Applications of Finite Groups by George Abram Miller, Hans Frederick Blichfeldt, Leonard Eugene Dickson (1916)
"insolvable Groups of Low Composite Orders. From the theorems which have been ... That there is an insolvable group of order 60 and that this is the lowest ..."

2. Fundamental Problems: The Method of Philosophy as a Systematic Arrangement by Paul Carus (1903)
"THK insolvable PROBLEM. Mr. Shipman uses to a great advantage my concession, as he calls it, that there are problems which are insolvable. ..."

3. Chronicle of the Coach: Charing Cross to Ilfracombe by John Denison Champlin (1886)
"... Ambrosius—As it was and as it is—An insolvable Problem. A ) E were now on the broad downs of Wiltshire, the great tract of upland commonly called ..."

4. Chronicle of the Coach: Charing Cross to Ilfracombe by John Denison Champlin (1886)
"... Poets — When Doctors Disagree—Stukeley and his Druids—Cemetery and Temple—Hengist and Aurelius Ambrosius—As it was and as it is—An insolvable Problem. ..."

5. Lempriere's Universal Biography: Containing a Critical and Historical by John Lemprière, Eleazar Lord, John Watkins (1825)
"... dus are said to have given up as insolvable. His reputation became now so great that br was employed in settling difference* thai lui arisen in ..."

6. A New French and English Dictionary in Two Parts by William Cobbett (1833)
"INSOMNIE, sf. wakefulness, inability to keep insolvable, adj. insolvent, unable to pay. INSOUCIANCE, if. carelessness ..."

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