not pleasant or safe enough to be eaten
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How to use uneatable in a sentence
The biscuit in a long voyage becomes uneatable, and flower will not keep.
Nothing is more disagreeable than a piece of fish half raw at the bone; it is uneatable.
Goose is a poor bird at any time, but uneatable unless properly roasted.Dodo's Daughter | E. F. Benson
We merely shot it because it injured the maize, for its flesh is uneatable.The Backwoodsman | Various
The lamb is uneatable, the potatoes are waxy, and the peas like pills.The Thin Red Line; and Blue Blood | Arthur Griffiths