untraversable

ADJECTIVE
  1. incapable of being traversed
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How To Use untraversable In A Sentence

  • At that moment I believed Oliver and I stood on opposite sides of an untraversable chasm.
  • Once the Americas were kept separated from Europe, not by vast and untraversable distances, but by belief in vast and untraversable distances.
  • The weather had gotten bad enough to make the roads untraversable.
  • The front entrance to the Daily Planet was untraversable, the great bronze doors jammed beyond any hope of opening by the collapse of the stone jamb overhead.
  • Roads of black ash traverse it, winding through the otherwise untraversable aa.
  • There is an electric train which took us 5km into the caves but the untraversable and most breath-taking part we saw on foot.
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