insolvable insolvable


  • (adj) not easily solved



  1. As if trying to untangle the world's most intractable diplomatic knot didn't keep him busy enough, Blair has also set his sights on solving another insolvable problem during his .
  2. Nor has the mystery of that nation's behavior during the Nazi era remained so insolvable, so beyond the reach of art and scholarship, so beyond the reach, certainly, of earnest .
  3. Citation: "Noted throughout his career for undertaking and solving problems deemed insolvable by many.


  • Striking back at telemarketers

    The resolution of seemingly insolvable problems often can be found in unexpected places or conversations. In this case we’re looking at my ages-long tirades and rants about the annoyance of... Read more »
    on July 24, 2013     Source: Tuscola County Advertiser


  1. "There is across-the-board agreement on Iran, Hezbollah and Hamas but there is a big gap between Kadima and Likud on the two states for two people. It's insolvable," Silvan Shalom, a senior Likud legislator and former foreign minister, told Army...
    on Feb 26, 2009 By: Silvan Shalom Source: Reuters Canada

  2. But Friedman said there are "incredible opportunities masquerading as insolvable problems."
    on Sep 10, 2008 By: Thomas Friedman Source:

  3. "For more than 30 years, I have embraced breakthrough innovation. Cleversafe appears to have solved the problems thought for decades to be insolvable: offering commercially available, reliable and cost-effective global data storage grids," said...
    on Dec 11, 2007 By: Christopher Galvin Source: PR Newswire (press release)

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