unapproachable : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a discouraging intimacies; reserved
an unapproachable executive
- s inaccessibly located or situated
an unapproachable chalet high in the mountains
- To many of his subordinates, White seemed a rather frightening and unapproachable boss.
- At best, many gas station owners and attendants have become unapproachable to strangers; they will wait only on longtime customers.
- Beautifully gowned, as pretty of face and form as any in the room, she sat in regal isolation, helplessly frozen in the icy formality of unapproachable rank, her eagerness to .
News & Articles
- Youth Police Academy grads ready to spread the word
York, PA - Young adults sometimes get the wrong idea about cops -- that they're unapproachable, aggressive, that they're just looking to bust you -- York City Police Department Lt.
June 13, 2013 - York Daily Record
- Willie Mason in TVNZ
Nobody wants to be coached by him because he's the most unapproachable, boring man I've ever met,Mason wrote. "A few of the boys have rung me during the week and said going to training was like going to a funeral. It's terrible. There's...
- Graeme McDowell in SkySports
I didn't know Nick in his playing career, I only go off of what people say,McDowell said. "He was a bit of a closed book, a bit unapproachable from that point of view. He didn't really give much of his own experiences. But we all go into...
- Mark Spitz in Earthtimes (press release)
As a financial advisor and motivational speaker, my facial expression is a very important part of my message,said Spitz. "When I am serious, my '11' makes me look angry and unapproachable rather than congenial. I knew I had to do something...