- capable of being assimilated.
Origin of assimilable
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Related Wordsaccidental, adventitious, extraneous, extrinsic, heterogeneous, immaterial, impertinent, incompatible, incongruous, inconsistent, repugnant, unrelated, inapposite, inconsonant, irrelative, unassimilable, uncharacteristic
Examples from the Web for unassimilable
And repulsion, or the attempt of everything to exclude or disregard the unassimilable.The Book of the Damned
It is a one-sided argument to maintain that because of that the Chinese are unassimilable.The Pacific Triangle
They assume that the Japanese are unassimilable and conclude that, therefore, they should not be given an opportunity to progress.
What we insisted on was that it is unwise to maltreat the Japanese on the surmise that they are unassimilable.
They are unassimilable and immiscible without rapid degeneracy.