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Not accessible; remote or unapproachable.

in′ac·ces′si·bil′i·ty n.
in′ac·ces′si·bly adv.
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Adv.1.inaccessibly - in an inaccessible manner; "located inaccessibly on the top of a mountain"
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de Grosjoyaux was of quite another complexion, and appeared to regard his friend's theological unction as the sign of an inaccessibly superior mind.
She also said enrollment can be inaccessibly convoluted for new enrollees and that customers who work with a trained navigator are 60 percent more likely to successfully enroll.
Now think of Internet of Things nodes deployed in hundreds of billions, many still working in one hundred years from now despite being inaccessibly embedded in concrete of bridges and buildings, on billions of trees and so on.
Under the premise of recovering the cost of research and development, pharmaceutical companies are free to set inaccessibly high market prices for their drugs.
Due to development of modern integrated circuit technology, many new electronic circuits have been created not only with greater complexity but also with basic circuit elements being inaccessibly embedded within circuit chips.
First, the inanimate, material world is never so inert or passively receptive to human intention as one might like to believe; matter has properties that exhibit agency of a kind, however subtly or even inaccessibly to human comprehension .
or do I lie In dream, and does the mightier world of sleep Spread far around and inaccessibly In circles?
Agamben, in Remnants of Auschwitz: The Witness and the Archive, argues that "witness (as the inaccessibly true) simultaneously grounds the very possibility of the juridical exercise of the law" even as it calls law itself into question, "dragging it to its own ruin" (17).
Imagine that each purchaser kept her receipt, but somewhere inconvenient, and that REI had records of each purchase, but only inaccessibly located in a faraway storage facility.
Butts's essay foregroundsHaggard's ability in Cleopatra to conceptualizethe shadowy past not as inaccessibly alien; rather it is a vibrant reality which bolsters urgent personal and cultural imperatives.
Ultimately, for Montaigne, 'Italy' and all it represents occupies a position much like that of the mad Tasso at Ferrara: it is a local attraction with great intellectual and cultural significance that resonates across space and time, but it remains hauntingly out of reach, tantalizingly available and yet inaccessibly locked away.
From the Sahel region stricken by the third drought in recent years, to unrest in the Middle East, to communities whose imported staple foods have become inaccessibly expensive, WFP delivers life-saving food assistance where it is needed most," he added.