Our beach path was impassable, we found another way on the back road.
Unwisely, he took a shortcut and so missed the impassable Cabora Bassa cataracts blocking the river.
Like a quietly heroic astronaut-to-be from Wapakoneta, Ohio, now gone, they have similar dreams that “nothing is impassable.”
Many roads throughout Europe are impassable—Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales are particularly stricken.
The old trappers tell me that the mountains are impassable even in the fall.
It was, to her, like an impassable rampart, which shut off her past.
In this case, guilt would place for ever an impassable gulf between us.
In the same way too the Parthenius is impassable, which you will reach if you cross the Halys.
The mountain is impassable for armies except through the gaps that occur every twenty to thirty miles.
And on one side of her the flames commingled so as to be impassable.