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inaccessible

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinaccessiblein‧ac‧ces‧si‧ble /ˌɪnəkˈsesəbəl◂/ AWL adjective 🔊 🔊 1 REACHdifficult or impossible to reach opp accessible 🔊 In winter, the villages are inaccessible by road.inaccessible to 🔊 A long flight of stairs made the center inaccessible to disabled visitors.2 UNDERSTANDdifficult or impossible to understand or afford opp accessible 🔊 Stockhausen’s music is thought to be difficult and inaccessible.inaccessibly adverbinaccessibility /ˌɪnəksesəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
inaccessibleShe could describe things like the difference between horses now and then, stuff that is virtually inaccessible.Homeworkers are often invisible and inaccessible.In the north, only a small part of Sutherland remained to be surveyed but the area was relatively inaccessible.Bouvet Island, desolate, inaccessible and almost entirely icebound.Some are very inaccessible and he has to wade through thick mud to get at them.These mountain villages are completely inaccessible in winter.They also enable you to tap into otherwise pretty inaccessible international markets.The country consists mainly of dense jungles and inaccessible mountain ranges.From whatever inaccessible pit of bitterness the words reached out to touch an empty place in her own life.In less fertile and inaccessible regions, introducing free market forces and removing state subsidies brought poverty instead of wealth.This textbook would be inaccessible to my students.The bathroom is situated at the top of a flight of stairs, making it inaccessible to the disabled.
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