unpassable

ADJECTIVE
  1. incapable of being passed
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How To Use unpassable In A Sentence

  • When I bought the place, it was open to the sky and there were ferns and trees growing there - it was just an unusable and unpassable area.
  • Let thousands upon thousands alone, aw leading the like lives and aw faw'en into the like muddle, and they will be as one, and yo will be as anoother, wi 'a black unpassable world betwixt yo, just as long or short a time as sich-like misery can last. Hard Times
  • New Yorkers endured a crippled transit system, completely overwhelmed emergency responders and unpassable roadways yesterday after one of the city's worst blizzards ever dumped a staggering 20 inches of snow. Blizzards and political fortunes
  • Like a lot of forces we generated a serial for adverse weather conditions, you know the sort of thing, council critters required, roads unpassable etc. Tough On Snow, Tough On The Throwers Of Snow! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • I tried to figure out the best way to get there, but it was obvious that the usual streets I would take were unpassable.
  • I walked around, passing him within maybe six inches because of the unpassable cacti and underbrush on both sides of the trail. When in the Desert, Don’t Forget Water…or to Look Down « Looking for Roots
  • In the dry season it is arid, in the wet season it is an unpassable swamp.
  • We must now enter by the door of faith (Acts xiv. 27), since the door of innocency is shut against us, and that pass become unpassable, Gen. iii. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)
  • Others travelled northeast from Europe in search of an equally fabled, but also unpassable, arctic passage along Russia's northern coast.
  • The routes down the mountain might be unpassable until the spring.
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