insoluble (Meaning)

Wordnet

insoluble (a)

(of a substance) incapable of being dissolved

admitting of no solution or explanation

Wordnet

insoluble (s)

without hope of solution

Webster

insoluble (a.)

Not soluble; in capable or difficult of being dissolved, as by a liquid; as, chalk is insoluble in water.

Not to be solved or explained; insolvable; as, an insoluble doubt, question, or difficulty.

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insoluble Sentence Examples

  1. The insoluble substance remained unchanged throughout the experiment.
  2. The water-insoluble compound floated atop the aqueous solution.
  3. Despite rigorous stirring, the insoluble particles refused to dissolve.
  4. The insoluble pigments were ground into a fine powder for easier handling.
  5. The insoluble residue settled at the bottom of the beaker after filtration.
  6. The insoluble layer prevented the two solutions from mixing properly.
  7. The presence of an insoluble barrier made the reaction inefficient.
  8. The insoluble component acted as a physical barrier against the solvent.
  9. The insoluble precipitate was difficult to remove from the reaction vessel.
  10. The insoluble nature of the compound hindered its further analysis.

FAQs About the word insoluble

(of a substance) incapable of being dissolved, admitting of no solution or explanation, without hope of solutionNot soluble; in capable or difficult of being di

impossible, hopeless, insolvable,problematical, unsolvable, problematic, impractical, unlikely, unattainable, futile

possible,soluble, feasible, feasible, workable, soluble, possible, workable, practicable, realizable

The insoluble substance remained unchanged throughout the experiment.

The water-insoluble compound floated atop the aqueous solution.

Despite rigorous stirring, the insoluble particles refused to dissolve.

The insoluble pigments were ground into a fine powder for easier handling.