uncollectible

or un·col·lect·a·ble

[uhn-kuh-lek-tuh-buh l]
noun
  1. something, as a financial obligation, that cannot be collected: an increase in the company's uncollectibles.

Origin of uncollectible

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Word Origin and History for uncollectable
adj.

1927, from un- + collectable (see collectible).

uncollectible

adj.

by 1833, from un- + collectible.

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