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[ UK /ʌnɐpɹˈə‍ʊt‍ʃəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˌənəˈpɹoʊtʃəbəɫ/ ]
  1. inaccessibly located or situated
    an unapproachable chalet high in the mountains
    an unreachable canyon
    the unreachable stars
  2. discouraging intimacies; reserved
    an unapproachable executive
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How To Use unapproachable In A Sentence

  • The sapling was the scion of a god, invulnerable, unapproachable, and so long-lived as to be, in practical terms, immortal. The Silver Spike
  • It struck me as an opportunity to let the public know what really happens in a solicitor's office and dispel any idea we might be unapproachable.
  • Living as we do on a seagirt isle which is practically unapproachable to an external foe, and having for centuries enjoyed the blessings of freedom, we can have no conception of the difficult cards which Roumania Past and Present
  • You're so confident, you're very unapproachable.
  • Often these protagonists seem gruff and unapproachable, even privileged and elitist, at least at first, perhaps concealing a painful shyness and a need for privacy.
  • Without it, she looked remote, unapproachable, every inch the fighter life had forced her to be. DESERT RAIN
  • It takes a hundred men two days to clear a patch of land the size of a soccer field; in Angola, most of the arable land is unapproachable.
  • In Columbus, former neighbours described the independent truck driver, who was often on the road, as unapproachable and aloof.
  • Still, she looks every inch the unapproachable star and is flanked by those indispensable celebrity accessories, the bodyguard and personal assistant.
  • Placebo's love affair with the British music press screeched to a halt in mid-2000 when the NME penned a scathing feature accusing the singer of being arrogant, difficult, unapproachable, obnoxious and deluded.
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