uncrossable

adjective
un·cross·able | \ˌən-ˈkrȯ-sə-bəl \

Definition of uncrossable 

: unable to be crossed : not crossable an uncrossable chasm an uncrossable line

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The distinction between highbrow and lowbrow celebrities was once totally uncrossable, but the Bling Ring was obsessed with these second-tier stars. Jessica Goldstein, The Cut, "I Think About This a Lot: This Bling Ring Member’s Voice-mail Meltdown," 16 Apr. 2018 Their goal will be to create a climate of maximal fear-of-offending, and that is best done by never allowing employees to know where the uncrossable lines are. Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic, "A Question for Google's CEO," 11 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of uncrossable

1882, in the meaning defined above

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