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The process tends to remain trapped and inaccessible inside a person – usually a very complicated person.
Still, was it possible that Russian authorities could censor the Internet and make Meduza inaccessible for Russian readers?
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|Rich Goldstein|October 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It has been inaccessible for weeks as Israeli bombardment and troops try to take out heavy guerrilla resistance.
Unfortunately, no studios jumped at the project, deeming it too weird and inaccessible for a mainstream audience.
Two of the partners in the firm were inaccessible to chance-visitors when he asked for them.No Thoroughfare|Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins
Secondly—also because I am a Russian—there is something exotic in my music which makes it inaccessible to foreigners.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
The cliffs at the back of the beach were inaccessible except at two points where there were steep snow-slopes.South!|Sir Ernest Shackleton
The neighbouring farms to the westward abound with inaccessible rocks, caverns, and ravines.
But the mountains were so distant and inaccessible, great quantities of supplies had to be taken.The Story of the Trapper|A. C. Laut
early 15c., from Middle French inaccessible (14c.), from Late Latin inaccessibilis "unapproachable," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + accessibilis (see accessible). Related: Inaccessibly; inaccessibility. Earlier in same sense was unaccessible (c.1400).