unassimilably

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

unassimilable +‎ -ly

Adverb[edit]

unassimilably (comparative more unassimilably, superlative most unassimilably)

  1. In a way or to an extent that prevents assimilation
    • 2009 August 23, Fernanda Eberstadt, “Untamed Creature”, New York Times:
      Although for the rest of her life fellow Brazilians regarded Lispector as unassimilably alien, she herself was adamant in claiming Brazil as her soul’s true home, the only place on earth where she could breathe free.

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