Definition of unattainableness in English:



See unattainable

‘That they were unopenable reflected the natural unattainableness of recalled things.’
  • ‘Their glamorous aura of unattainableness makes them idols to millions of Japanese fans.’
  • ‘Iris is a poem on the unattainableness of one's beloved.’
  • ‘While some element of mystery and unattainableness is definitely a part of it, at heart we don't want to work too hard (speaking for all the boys).’
  • ‘Glam rock, to me, is a bunch of straight, hairy, football-liking lager lads dressed up in mother's cast-offs and glamour is a certain sophistication, a certain unattainableness.’