Definition of unfordable in English:

unfordable

Line breaks: un|ford¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈfɔːdəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

(Of a watercourse) not able to be forded.
More example sentences
  • In order to get somewhere, we have to hack through thick brush without a machete, ford unfordable rivers, contend with bears and other wild creatures including the ever present, ever vicious mosquitoes.
  • It was a jagged wasteland of ovenlike heat, frantic mosquitoes, and unfordable, unsanitary rivers, with a local population that had a history of wiping out exploration parties.
  • There were several narrow defiles and one unfordable mountain stream along the road.

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