unclimbable

[ UK /ʌnklˈa‍ɪməbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. incapable of being surmounted or climbed
  2. incapable of being ascended
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How To Use unclimbable In A Sentence

  • I drove by Coopertown's playground last summer and noticed that things haven't changed - same fields, same swings, same maddeningly unclimbable oak - except for the kids.
  • Every mountain is unclimbable until someone climbs it. So every ship is unsinkable until it sinks.
  • For practical purposes it is unclimbable, and the nuts are harvested by waiting for the fruit which contains them to ripen and fall to the ground.
  • In her Traver installation, an unclimbable staircase led to an unopenable door in a black-painted room, with perhaps bleak implications.
  • The Obsidian Wall is unclimbable at the moment as it is currently an 80 foot waterfall.
  • On the other hand, conservatism has its own deep ditches, its unclimbable walls, its immutable old ideas sealed in concrete.
  • Especially if the city is older than time, built on the slopes of an uneasily slumbering volcano, atop murmuring catacombs, and the eldritch ruins where men fear to tread loom over the unclimbed and unclimbable far side of the volcano, and strange musics or shrieks of nonhuman laughter ring across the ashy slopes when the moon is dark, or, in the case of Mars, moons. MIND MELD: Gods by the Bushel
  • Every mountain is unclimbable until someone climbs it. So every ship is unsinkable until it sinks.
  • Every mountain is unclimbable until someone climbs it. So every ship is unsinkable until it sinks.
  • Oscillations could render the escalator unclimbable, and it may be a terrorist target.
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