[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 inaccessibility
Its inaccessibility from both solbreeders and daylight were all we could have asked for now.The Extinction Parade: An Original Zombie Story by Max Brooks
January 14, 2011
Because of this inaccessibility little is known of the solitary island.Great Pirate Stories
The inaccessibility that hedged him about in America vanished.Charles Frohman: Manager and Man
Isaac Frederick Marcosson and Daniel Frohman
These noble forests are now protected by their inaccessibility.Our Italy
Charles Dudley Warner
The difficulty of a war with Egypt lay in her inaccessibility.
They do not interpose cold Tory exclusiveness and inaccessibility.Beauchamp's Career, Complete
- not accessible; unapproachable
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Word Origin and History for inaccessibility
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