not to be accounted for or explained
"perceptible only as unaccountable influences that hinder progress"; "an unexplainable fear"
free from control or responsibility
inexplicable; unable to account for, or explain
not responsible; free from accountability or control
not accountable or responsible; free from control
not to be accounted for; inexplicable; not consonant with reason or rule; strange; mysterious
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
un-ak-kownt′a-bl, adj. not accountable or to be accounted for: not responsible.—ns. Unaccountabil′ity, Unaccount′ableness, the state or quality of being unaccountable.—adv. Unaccount′ably, inexplicably.
The numerical value of unaccountable in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of unaccountable in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Thailand's friends abroad should not be fooled by this obvious sleight of hand by the junta leader to replace martial law with a constitutional provision that effectively provides unlimited and unaccountable powers.
Unelected and unaccountable presidential electors should not be allowed to decide the presidential election without regard to voters' choices and state law.
Companies... both large and small, have found themselves dependent on the arbitrary whim of these platform giants, one algorithm tweak away from ruin, because their decisions are largely unaccountable, opaque, and result in sweeping consequences, the dominant platforms effectively serve as private regulators.
The most effective way to revive a functional democracy is to do what we have always done; transfer decision-making from the unaccountable institutions: monarchs, priestly castes, military juntas, political or economic dictatorships, or modern corporations, and bring it back to the public arena.
Over four administrations, the U.S. government's unlawful lethal strikes program has exacted an appalling toll on Muslim, Brown, and Black civilians in multiple parts of the world, secretive and unaccountable use of lethal force is unacceptable in a rights-respecting democracy, and this program is a cornerstone of the' forever President Joe Biden has pledged to end. President Joe Biden needs to do so.
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