inaccessibility inaccessibility  /ˌɪ nək ˌsɛ sə ˈbɪ lə ti/


  • (n) the quality of not being available when needed


  1. Never as murderously tricky to climb as K-2, the world's second-highest peak, its challenge lay in the brute facts of its extreme altitude, occasional storms and inaccessibility.
  2. And that inaccessibility has made the details of the battle to become the successor to Mehsud equally hard to pin down.
  3. But the inaccessibility of doctors makes early detection more difficult.


  • Flooding, mudslides damage Catwalk

    GLENWOOD >> The popular Catwalk National Recreation Trail was seriously damaged during the recent intense rainstorms in the area. The Catwalk area will be closed indefinitely due to the inaccessibility of the area.
    on September 20, 2013     Source: Silver City Sun-News


  1. "On the criminal side, we have comprehensive legal aid provided by the government, but on the civil side, there is no such system apart from initiatives like this one," Chief Justice de Jersey told AAP on Monday. "The inaccessibility of civil...
    on May 18, 2008 By: Paul de Jersey Source: The Age

  2. "It's not so much the distance, but the inaccessibility. Out there in the jungles me and Aishwarya were totally cut off from Mumbai and the rest of the world. That really had us worried about the family," Abhishek said.
    on Dec 17, 2008 By: Abhishek Bachchan Source: Hindu

  3. "The onset of winter in Kashmir and inaccessibility of the terrain makes this earthquake much more difficult to deal with in its second stage," Mr Dervis said.
    on Nov 14, 2005 By: Kemal Dervis Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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