unpassable


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unpassable

(ʌnˈpɑːsəbəl)
adj
obsolete impassable
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Adj.1.unpassable - incapable of being passed
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I was away from my native country, at a distance prodigious, and the return to me unpassable.
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.
Road networks to the upland town of Adams and barangay Pancian in Pagudpud were unpassable to all types of vehicle since Saturday due to landslides.
A total of 50 roads were unpassable in the affected regions.
In certain situations, though, especially in a city, roads can quickly become unpassable in an emergency due to traffic.
Most roads in different provinces were re-opened after being unpassable Tuesday due to the weather conditions the country is facing.
As Boylston residents are aware, after the recent Asian Longhorned Beetle eradication efforts at Hillside that removed a large number of trees, some of the trails had become overgrown and unpassable.
The government road is unpassable and probably will be for a week or two," he said.
Cardiff, which saw two cars abandoned due to an unpassable road
Residents escaped before the roads and bridges became unpassable.
Buildings in some parts of sprawling capital, which has a population of 10 million and is regularly afflicted by floods during the six-month rainy season, were half submerged, with roads unpassable in many areas.