adjective un·bridge·able \ˌən-ˈbri-jə-bəl\

Definition of unbridgeable

  1. :  too wide to be crossed or joined by or as if by a bridge :  unable to be bridged :  not bridgeable <an unbridgeable river/chasm> < … an unbridgeable gulf between myth and reality. — Susan Cheever> < … an unbridgeable gap between the way people think here and the way they think practically everywhere else. — Meg Greenfield>


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