American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Unable to be reached; inaccessible: camped out in a remote cabin unreachable by telephone.
- adj. inaccessibly located or situated
- From un- + reach + -able. (Wiktionary)
“And I thought that the house, a supposed place of nurturing, of family and fellowship, was so far away, symbolically unreachable from the woman’s emotional point of view.”
“Being unreachable is a conscious choice that T and I have made: we could have cell phones, but we don’t.”
““Reach the unreachable is our basic motto where we want to reach the rural village and take technology and internet within the reach of every Nepali,” added Aryal.”
“The Purchase, N.Y., beverage giant and partner Waste Management Inc. are in search of the green movement's elusive prey, the so-called unreachable bottle tossed away by people on the go.”
“They set in when a goal is identified as unreachable and lead to a decline in motivation.”
“So perhaps all these layers of varnish that are "unreachable" below the glazes, could explain some of the color changes?”
“The one who sits with you night after night, listening to your tired rants until they simply end up walking around you as you morph from 'unreachable' to 'not there'.”
“As you can predict, rapidly rising coal prices made the coal that was "unreachable" due to mine flooding so valuable that someone invented a pumping system, that ingeniously ran on coal.”
“Jeffrey Steinberg writing in Executive Intelligence Review said GHW Bush fears his son is obsessed with his messianic mission and is "unreachable" even by some of his closest advisors like Secretary Rice.”
“Jeffrey Steinberg writing in Executive Intelligence Review said G.H.W. Bush fears G.W. is obsessed with his Messianic mission and is "unreachable" even by some of his closest advisors like Secretary of State Rice.”
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