noscible, adj. referring to a request, application, or privilege that is refused, rejected, or dismissed for no apparent reason and with no opportunity for appeal, review, or reconsideration. The origin of the term is attributed to Fascist utopian philosopher Cuzzye Zedzo, whose seminal work, Getting to No, warned that the greatest peril to human civilization is anarchy. Zedzo's ideal for a utopian society is one in which absolutely nothing is negotiable.
Huddled in his cubicle, Baxter tried to come up with a new approach to seeking a pay raise that could not be blown off as another noscible petition.