not able to be played: an almost unplayable ball
not able to be played on: unplayable pitches
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How to use unplayable in a sentence
I am inaccurate but vigorous, and occasionally send in a quite unplayable shot.Love Among the Chickens | P. G. Wodehouse
It was for the clarion that Bach and Handel wrote trumpet parts which, I gather, are almost unplayable on the modern instrument.Springtime and Other Essays | Francis Darwin
Our mistuned and unplayable organs and pianofortes replaced by harmonious instruments, as manageable as barrel organs!An Unsocial Socialist | George Bernard Shaw
I now determined to send two—if necessary—fast ones to Wilbrooke on the chance that one might shoot and be unplayable.
On some of the Riga grounds, when two feet in mud, he was quite unplayable.