unsusceptible of (something)

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unsusceptible of (something)

Not admitting, yielding readily to, or capable of something. I'm afraid the cancer has spread to his bones, so it has become unsusceptible of treatment. By the very nature of fiction, no novel is unsusceptible of unique and varying interpretations. I refuse to entertain such conspiracy theories that are unsusceptible of basic scientific evidence!
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