untraversable


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Words related to untraversable

incapable of being traversed

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But all that really just allows us to coexist with the inviolable, untraversable, and utterly vast spaces between us.
As a gauge of how far the gulf between the sides has widened to an untraversable chasm, even the Spurs fans who arrived dreaming of putting the bubbly on ice knew events at Elland Road had been far more important for their team.
Indeed, he recalls their telling him that Hitler's army applied currents to the tracks of tanks in its Eastern campaign so that the vehicles could maneuver through the normally untraversable muck that characterizes Russia's spring thaw.
These untraversable barriers include language and social/cultural differences.