Definition of unreachable in English:

unreachable

Line breaks: un|reach¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈriːtʃəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Unable to be reached or contacted: an unreachable shelf the doctor had left the hospital and was unreachable
More example sentences
  • To reach the unreachable star, it is my quest to follow that star, no matter how hopeless, no matter how far.
  • Acquire take-off speed and you can take to the air in a burst of flight to reach previously unreachable areas.
  • Who better suited to reach for the unreachable than a man with a grappling hook?

Derivatives

unreachableness

noun
More example sentences
  • The unreachableness of Kubla Khan's pleasure-dome gives our poet an envious position.
  • The point being that unless we experience the greatness, holiness and frankly, unreachableness of God, we cannot truly appreciate the conclusion that Jesus saves to the uttermost.
  • Co-founder of SCDC, secretary, defender of the poor and downtrodden, master of unreachableness at inconvenient times.

unreachably

adverb
More example sentences
  • A table of four middle-aged Neapolitan men, puffing on big cigars with all the assurance of the beginner, while eyeing up the three unreachably teenage, unreachably American girls on the table next door.
  • At night, down on the water, they seem just beyond grasp, unreachably distant, like the past itself.
  • One hallway gets smaller as you go, until finally you stand trapped and hunched; a Garden of Exile contains olive trees hidden in huge concrete planters with only the treetops visible, unreachably far overhead.

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