Example sentences for: inaccessible

How can you use “inaccessible” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • There is such a wealth of material buried in its thousands of articles that remains inaccessible for lack of an Index that one despairs of the judgment of the publishers.

  • Many collaborative projects between libraries and publishers have been complicated by legal constraints, including the stipulation that archives remain “dark,” or inaccessible to users, until any commercial incentive for restricting access to articles has been exhausted—clearly a suboptimal arrangement for researchers, and one that is unnecessary for collections of works governed by the CCAL.

  • Our justice system is predicated on the assumption that both parties will be represented by lawyers who act as gatekeepers and guides through a complex legal system that would otherwise be inaccessible to many of us.

  • The wars of independence began in Oriente in the 1860s, and nearly a century later Castro concentrated his power base in the inaccessible Sierra Maestra.

  • This is due in large part to the huge range of experimental conditions and phenomena that are encountered and must be considered, and the great time, effort and expense required to generate consistent sets of quantitative system properties (concentrations, reaction rates and binding constants, for instance) many of which are experimentally inaccessible.


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