[in-uh k-ses-uh-buh l]
- not accessible; unapproachable.
Origin of inaccessible
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unreachable, remote, unattainable.
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Examples from the Web for inaccessible
The process tends to remain trapped and inaccessible inside a person – usually a very complicated person.Why Can’t Movies Capture Genius?
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Still, was it possible that Russian authorities could censor the Internet and make Meduza inaccessible for Russian readers?Russia’s Freest Website Now Lives in Latvia
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The orchestra seats, now inaccessible to audiences, were removed along with the Wonder Organ.How to Save Silent Movies: Inside New Jersey’s Cinema Paradiso
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It has been inaccessible for weeks as Israeli bombardment and troops try to take out heavy guerrilla resistance.Who Is Behind Gaza's Mass Execution?
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Unfortunately, no studios jumped at the project, deeming it too weird and inaccessible for a mainstream audience.Doomed Passion Projects of Hollywood: The Lost Classics of Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchcock, and More
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The mind of Chief Inspector Heat was inaccessible to ideas of revolt.The Secret Agent
The manufactories, one and all, are inaccessible as the interior of a Carmelite convent.In the Heart of Vosges
She could be so gracious; and she could be so dumb and inaccessible.The Coryston Family
Mrs. Humphry Ward
An inaccessible retreat, this cave in what once was the ocean floor.
As to an inaccessible guano deposit, that was another story altogether.Lord Jim
- not accessible; unapproachable
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Word Origin and History for inaccessible
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