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inaccessible

Surgery adjective Unreachable; referring to a lesion that unmanageable by standard surgical techniques–eg, lesions deep in the brain or adjacent to vital structures–ie, not accessible. See Accessible.
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They were something inaccessible, as inaccessible as the blue of the sky or the drifting cloud-fleeces.
To what truths does it give access which were inaccessible before?
blind faith, it is inaccessible to the light of disproof -- an
Sometimes it was at the top of an inaccessible mountain.
A town built at the bottom of this circular cavity would have been utterly inaccessible.
We had met several times since the - Bay excursion, and I had found she was not averse to my company, provided I confined my conversation to the discussion of abstract matters, or topics of common interest; - the moment I touched upon the sentimental or the complimentary, or made the slightest approach to tenderness in word or look, I was not only punished by an immediate change in her manner at the time, but doomed to find her more cold and distant, if not entirely inaccessible, when next I sought her company.
Kitty felt that Anna was perfectly simple and was concealing nothing, but that she had another higher world of interests inaccessible to her, complex and poetic.
We saw many ruined castles standing on the edges of precipices, surrounded by black woods, high and inaccessible.
Oh, surely the spirit that inhabits and guards this place has a soul more in harmony with man than those who pile the glacier or retire to the inaccessible peaks of the mountains of our own country.
Contract award: Transport means for moving through inaccessible terrain.
The Pak Army, having trained manpower and heavy machinery has made the task of civil administration easy by restoring the broken bridges, removing debris from the roads, rescuing the affectees from vulnerable sites delivering food items to flood affectes in inaccessible areas etc.
A preliminary study was carried on mice who suffered from amnesia, and it was found that patients suffering from retrograde amnesia -- where the person losses memory access, actually don't lose their memory but it will become inaccessible for recall.