Examples of impassable in a Sentence
The roads were made impassable by the flood.
the road was impassable until snowplows cleared it
Recent Examples of impassable from the Web
And the party is still in real danger of hitting an impassable roadblock of its own making when lawmakers return to town after the Memorial Day recess.
The hope is that the service will also help alleviate crowding in the parking lot at the base of the falls, which can become impassable on busy weekends.
There are piles of rubble so high that entire streets remain impassable.
But Turer has his doubts that those relocations will take place: several structures are on the far side of the nearly-impassable Tigris River, and time might be too short.
For example, there’s the Mobility Denial System, which used slippery foam to make area impassable to vehicles.
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IMPASSABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of impassable for English Language Learners
: impossible to pass, cross, or travel over
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Definition of impassable for Students
: impossible to pass, cross, or travel … the forest road … led to impassable marshes where the paths had long been lost. — J. R. R. Tolkien, The Hobbit
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