unwhistleable

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ whistleable

Adjective[edit]

unwhistleable (comparative more unwhistleable, superlative most unwhistleable)

  1. Not whistleable.
    • 1967, Hi Fi/stereo Review (volume 19, page 14)
      I am supremely confident that when he and I are no longer around to argue the point, the unsingable and unwhistleable first movement of Beethoven's Ninth still will be.
    • 1987, Jay Robert Nash, ‎Stanley Ralph Ross, The Motion Picture Guide (volume 7, page 2753)
      A dull movie that is also tasteless, with a drunk scene, a seduction scene, Reynolds shaking her behind while Crosby and a nun watch, plus several songs that are unhummable, unwhistleable, and unmemorable.