inaccessible

[ in-uhk-ses-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF inaccessible
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The mind of Chief Inspector Heat was inaccessible to ideas of revolt.

The manufactories, one and all, are inaccessible as the interior of a Carmelite convent.

She could be so gracious; and she could be so dumb and inaccessible.

An inaccessible retreat, this cave in what once was the ocean floor.

As to an inaccessible guano deposit, that was another story altogether.

He had a notion of surveying them from a great and inaccessible height.

If that was impossible, the office should be an attic in an inaccessible slum.

It is said that it is built like a fortress, inaccessible, among the rocks of the Cabesterre.

The heights are inaccessible to any foot but those of the goat and goatherd.

Either the bank was inaccessible or there was lack of dry timber.

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