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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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.
I was away from my native country, at a distance prodigious, and the return to me unpassable.
Rain coupled with a rocky terrain is making most roads near the town of Semirom unpassable, and right now, there's no telling if any of the 65 passengers and crew on board survived.
In Palompon town the flooded roads rendered Palompon-Isabel route unpassable.
In Irosin, Macawayan village became unpassable to light vehicles due to flooding.
I'm a fan of Junior Hoilett, who cleverly set up Cardiff's equaliser, of course, while Sol Bamba was unpassable at times and shielded the defence well.
While the Canseso Road Section in the Naval-Caibiran Cross Country road remains unpassable for heavy equipments and heavy vehicles, BDEO advised the public to take the alternate route at Biliran circumferential Road in going to Caibiran and Culaba from Naval and vice-versa.
But the good news is that it's not completely unpassable (here's how to navigate the current Highway 1 detours).
There could be a bumpy road, if not a chasm - an unpassable chasm - in front of us.
Basically dirty great piles of stones making the route totally unpassable to vehicles.
Is it a symbol of ordinariness, or is it the ultimate within the bounds of possibility, the guarantee of unpassable frontiers within which the world is enclosed once and for all?