insurmountably


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in·sur·mount·a·ble

 (ĭn′sər-moun′tə-bəl)
adj.
Impossible to surmount; insuperable: insurmountable difficulties.

in′sur·mount′a·bil′i·ty, in′sur·mount′a·ble·ness n.
in′sur·mount′a·bly adv.
References in classic literature ?
Pierre refused without the least difficulty or effort, and was afterwards surprised how simple and easy had been what used to appear so insurmountably difficult.
Summary: "The Quarter" is perhaps what every scholar of a deceased author dreams of finding: something new and unseen in a landscape that had previously seemed finite, insurmountably bordered by birth and death.
There are several of these sectors, which are deemed vulnerable-senior citizens, for instance, for whom the rigors of election day can sometimes be insurmountably daunting; or indigenous persons, who are perennially ill-used by local power structures who view them as mere warm bodies in their political struggles.
Throughout, there's a sense of pressure building, insurmountably, until it all just detonates.
Bridges seems to acknowledge this fact, as she argues that in both cases, poor women are "completely exposed to state power." (107) In the end, whether one accepts the strong or moderate claim may be immaterial, because in either instance, the state has compromised its legitimacy by imposing insurmountably severe and burdensome constraints on reproductive health and rights such that it would require the artistry of a magician or pertinacity of an elite athlete to overcome.
As elucidated by Strickland and its progeny, the burden on a defendant seeking to demonstrate ineffective assistance of counsel is, in most circumstances, insurmountably high.
He noted that "human fact-checking should certainly perform better than an algorithm, but fake news sites are popping up all of the time, and it's insurmountably time-consuming and costly to check every site shared on Facebook." His neural network-powered review would potentially be able to catch fake sites as the pop up based solely on elements shared by the fakes that came before it.
whether to relocate, move, or erect sufficient and yet insurmountably
(96) Removing a judge whose capacity had declined with age was likely to be insurmountably difficult, being 'cumbersome' and 'almost unapproachable':
Black girls and women are talking, and are reaping insurmountably.
"[Tax reform] is everyone's top priority in concept, but translating the concept into an action agenda is so far proving insurmountably difficult for our elected lawmakers and for the interest groups that work in Congress," said Kehoe.