Recent Examples of impassible from the Web
The island has no services, and its one road and bridge are frequently impassible due to flooding.
By winter, the pipe will be impassible, awash in as much as 12 feet of sewer water.
More than half of the island doesn't have clean water, and roads in many areas remain impassible.
In Naples, there were downed trees everywhere, and some of the streets were flooded and impassible.
The Florida Keys Extreme weather reporters have been filming in the lower Keys on Sunday morning: 8:39am North bound lane of US 1 is impassible.
The Caribbean Disaster Management Agency reported the death early Thursday and said 90 percent of roads in Anguilla are impassible.
Several people were injured, buildings were leveled, power and water were knocked out and several roads remain impassible.
The river, steep and clotted with waterfalls, was often impassible.
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Origin and Etymology of impassible
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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