irreproducible

[ih-ree-pruh-doo-suh-buhl, -dyoo-]
adjective
not reproducible.

Origin:
1865–70; ir-2 + reproducible

irreproducibility, noun
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Example sentences
First, genetic research is plagued par excellence with irreproducible results.
Living processes are complex, often irreproducible because historically contingent, and are hence also practically irreversible.
Many believe that its uniquely subtle orchestral palette is irreproducible in any other house.
If done correctly, every risotto will be unique, its own irreproducible concoction.
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