uncrossable

uncrossable

(ʌnˈkrɒsəbəl)
adj
impassable
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If the Arab position is to be decisive on the world stage, such humiliations must be uncrossable red lines, just as King Faisal's 1973 oil boycott stopped the world in its tracks and permanently strengthened the Arab global posture.
Despite the changes that have occurred over the past century, the Yalu River remains an uncrossable North Korean boundary from which those within can look out and those without can look in.
Despite its fast current and occasional expansive spread the Panj never looks uncrossable, but people don't cross it, unless they are terrorist insurgents--or going to market.
To prepare the way of the Lord today, we must reassess the mountains (and rivers) that create uncrossable borders between us as nations, parties, ideologies, genders, orientations, etc.
This uncrossable moral boundary isn't always definable, though it's always knowable.
Any allyship is a recognition of rupture, of uncrossable
Objectors throughout the Llynfi Valley claim the extra traffic generated by the development will choke the already-busy Valley artery, the A4063, making it "uncrossable" at times.
Nikitas et al., ""Ping-pong" technique for treating a balloon uncrossable chronic total occlusion," Cardiovascular Revascularization Medicine, vol.
The ant "must adapt [her] course repeatedly to the difficulties [she] encounters and often detour uncrossable barriers." The question that interests us is not whether the ant is complex, but whether she should be considered an intelligent agent.
it has become an uncrossable bright line--state reapportionment plans
The source of Daisy's economic and social value thus hides safe behind an all but uncrossable historical line.
The sepia tones of the opening put him in mind of Teddy travelling some great, uncrossable distance, and when his mother nodded off from the sherry, Mark quietly rose to the rotary phone.