Noun(1) belongs to lowest social and ritual class in India
Adjective(1) beyond the reach of criticism or attack or impeachment(2) impossible to assail(3) forbidden to the touch(4) (especially used in traditional Hindu belief of the lowest caste or castes(5) not capable of being obtained
(1) Are we now to assume the England rugby team is officially untouchable in the prize-giving context by all except an elite comprising members of the Royal Family, knights of the realm and fellow World Cup winners?(2) It was like reaching back in time and touching the untouchable , the unknowable.(3) ├ö├ç├┐It was kind of a wake-up call that we're not untouchable ,├ö├ç├û said Logan, who lives in the District.(4) They would at the very least hold on to their 13-point lead and with a game in hand over most of their rivals they would be virtually untouchable with just four matches still to play.(5) He said: ├ö├ç├┐Many offenders think that they are untouchable and above the law.├ö├ç├û(6) They think they are untouchable because excuses are made for their appalling behaviour.(7) We all know that youths are untouchable , that we're not allowed to defend ourselves and that authority is ridiculed.(8) The health service is very politicised in this country which makes it almost untouchable .(9) The classical epic was born in the silent era of Chaplin and Dietrich, and its success was synonymous with the golden age of Hollywood, a time of lavish productions and an exotic world of untouchable screen icons.(10) They were arrogant enough to think they were untouchable , but they have been arrested.(11) These three Lebanese designers have not attempted to become the disembodied and untouchable master architect.(12) Police were today still hunting the weapon used to kill the 6ft, 20-stone criminal, who boasted in a TV documentary that he was untouchable .(13) Although there was no certainty as to the overall winner, at the time of going to press it looked like it would be the midland's day, as deputy presidential candidate, Derek from Carlow was already untouchable .(14) In the streets, they are almost untouchable , but their property is not.(15) The life that can never be recreated is the invisible, untouchable inner one, which cannot be reproduced even by the most psychoanalytical detective.(16) If the government really wanted to restore the public trust they should go after execs like those at Adelphia and Enron that betray the public trust by acting like they are above the law, that corporate crime is untouchable .
(1) untouchable :: untouchable
2. unobtainable ::
3. inaccessible ::
1. acquirable ::
2. convenient ::
3. handy ::
4. procurable ::
Different Formsuntouchable, untouchables
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