Meaning of inaccessibility in English:

inaccessibility

Pronunciation /ˌɪnəkˌsɛsɪˈbɪlɪti/

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noun

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‘Their relative isolation and inaccessibility has helped to entrench them in their attitudes and traditions.’
  • ‘Shakespeare was an experimental writer whose business was ‘to present character in all its inaccessibility, in language at least as opaque as necessary’.’
  • ‘Returning through the main door, I remarked to the duty porter that it was a shame about the inaccessibility of the pretty gardens that flank each side of this principal entry to the wards.’
  • ‘The only drawback to these treasures is their inaccessibility to wheelchair-users, although the ground floor of the Barley Hall is accessible.’
  • ‘Although they did visit from time to time, the island's inaccessibility put a strain on the boys' closeness to their maternal grandmother.’