unbridged

unbridged

(ʌnˈbrɪdʒd)
adj
(of a river, stream, gap, etc) not spanned by a bridge
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And so all over the world two classes were forming, with an unbridged chasm between them--the capitalist class, with its enormous fortunes, and the proletariat, bound into slavery by unseen chains.
In such a case, you write to your wife, and send messages to your children; but Tom could not write,--the mail for him had no existence, and the gulf of separation was unbridged by even a friendly word or signal.
(112) As a key Trans-Mississippi transfer point--the great river being unbridged, still, below Rock Island--Saint Louis was a railroad hub, with lines emanating from East Saint Louis to nearly every part of the eastern U.S.
One may be inclined to feel that there are lacunas in our laws, purposefully left unbridged, so that there was room for the elites to hoodwink with their crimes.
Before proceeding, however, we must deal with a grammatical gap left unbridged {b} by Mechner (2017), despite all his seeming thoroughness.
The dialogue between the government and teaching unions Poed, Oelmek and Oltek, was relaunched on Wednesday afternoon when unions had separate meetings with Hambiaouris after the first round led to a dead end over unbridged differences.
Guilt, a gulf unbridged. Grief, the lair of stillness.
The ideological divide remained unbridged, though, and the tendency to latch on to smear campaigns undiminished.
Saul traversed streams, unbridged waters, mountains, desserts and experienced hunger, lack of shelter, proper clothes and sleep, and survived on the charity of converts.
It was startling for an American: Even considering the United States' unbridged racial divides, the zainichi seemed inescapably stamped by difference.