Examples of inaccessible in a Sentence
The area is inaccessible by road.
His prose is inaccessible to many readers.
Recent Examples of inaccessible from the Web
Dental fractures, cavity-like lesions in cats, root retention, oral inflammation in inaccessible areas, dental abscesses, oronasal fistulas and oral cancers are just a few of these.
The situation is particularly bad in Aweil West and Aweil South counties, where the exhaustion of household food stocks and growing dependence on financially inaccessible markets have left the population facing Emergency levels of food insecurity.
The quarry property is private and hunting is forbidden, as is swimming and partying -- though there was ample evidence, including beer cans and fire pits, that a little partying goes on in the more inaccessible areas.
Spicer was generally inaccessible during Trump's foreign trip.
Enclosed in glass on three sides, like some giant terrarium, but open to the sky, the inaccessible landscape will sprout with ferns, horsetail and magnolia trees.
And when the airship isn't being used to save lives, Brin will use it as a private cruise liner, taking trips to places that are typically inaccessible.
However, as of today, the Earth deeper than maybe a dozen kilometers is more inaccessible to humans than the surface of Pluto.
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Origin and Etymology of inaccessible
Middle English, from Middle French or Late Latin; Middle French, from Late Latin inaccessibilis, from Latin in- + Late Latin accessibilis accessible
First Known Use: 15th century
INACCESSIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inaccessible for English Language Learners
: difficult or impossible to reach, approach, or understand : not accessible
INACCESSIBLE Defined for Kids
Definition of inaccessible for Students
: hard or impossible to reach or get hold of an inaccessible island
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