accessible

[ ak-ses-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF accessible

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The kind of renown most accessible and acceptable to mediocrity.

"Accessible in two hundred years, all right," insisted Dick serenely.

When sober, he was accessible, conversable, and devoid of pride.

He had first of all to build 350 miles of railroad to make the spot at all accessible.

All parts are then exposed, and accessible for inspection and repairs.

The temple, it is true, often stood within some sort of precinct, but it was accessible to all.

Ptolemy had, however, few of those sources of knowledge which are now accessible.

Most of our data antedate him, or were contemporaneous with him, or were as accessible to him as to us.

There was an opening in it which was accessible by a ladder.

Numerous revelations were given, and these are accessible to all who will read.

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