out of reach

ADJECTIVE
  1. inaccessibly located or situated
    an unapproachable chalet high in the mountains
    an unreachable canyon
    the unreachable stars
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use out of reach In A Sentence

  • If I can keep it out of reach of dog, cats and ferret, that is. Ann Aguirre » Blog Archive » How my life is different than before
  • It would be nice to have a book discussing Lem's works in Polish which are out of reach for readers in English.
  • Lizzie was carrying a rape alarm but it was out of reach in her handbag.
  • They appear cemented in third place and out of reach. Times, Sunday Times
  • So the 10m ropes provide an ideal home where they can remain suspended above the seabed and out of reach of starfish, crabs, whelks and other predators.
  • They had been craning over the gallery, safe out of reach, so free to stare.
  • The upcoming release slate is like a mirage, tantalizing us - just over the horizon, barely out of reach.
  • It leapt to the ledge above and slid in front of the windows to the Mayor's parlour, where staff tried to grab it, but it was just out of reach.
  • Train companies who put the daily commute out of reach, payday loan companies who force people into unpayable debt. Times, Sunday Times
  • Store all medicines, whether tablets, inhalers, or syrup, out of reach of children, and preferably in a locked cupboard, even if they have child resistant lids.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy