Adjective(1) capable of being reached only with great difficulty or not at all(2) not capable of being obtained
(1) In Scandinavia, during harsh winters when voles are scarce or inaccessible under thick snow, most of a hawk owl's diet can be made up of birds.(2) In truth, he was a remote, inaccessible figure to most tribal people, and his traditionalist pretensions were rarely accepted at face value.(3) Rastrick's notebook has previously been inaccessible to all but a tiny number of researchers, but it will now be available to be viewed by the public.(4) They penetrated ravines and reached precipitous mountain peaks inaccessible to mechanized troops.(5) In much recent art, the object itself is secondary to the dialogue which surrounds it, which makes it inaccessible to those who don't follow theoretical discussions and oddly irrelevant for itself.(6) The move to an inaccessible location will make it more difficult for loved ones to keep in touch with inmates.(7) How many sales have you missed because the work is inaccessible ?(8) Because of its sheer size, much of the forest remains inaccessible to walkers on foot, despite the waymarked trails.(9) ├ö├ç├┐I would not say the market is inaccessible to the working class, but there is a general lack of education on how it works,├ö├ç├û he said.(10) A federal judge ruled that the Atlanta mass transit agency violated the ADA by constructing a website that was inaccessible for people with visual disabilities.(11) The site, which is locked and inaccessible to the public, has been empty for ten years.(12) The far side is overgrown and quite inaccessible .(13) It sickens me to think that anyone would even consider downgrading it and making many acute services almost inaccessible to many.(14) Positioned about 100 miles west-north-west off mainland Scotland, St Kilda is a group of seven islands, which are often inaccessible to divers due to unforgiving weather.(15) Just as long hair, sandals and creative angst have typified the poet, poetry that is dense and inaccessible is considered weighty.(16) The man, believed to be white and in his 30s, was lying by the track in a deep cutting which was almost inaccessible to the emergency services.
(1) inaccessible :: anhygyrch
1. unreachable ::
2. incomprehensible ::
3. unapproachable ::
5. unaccessible ::
1. acquirable ::
2. convenient ::
3. handy ::
4. procurable ::
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