Can't get to something you want? It must be inaccessible. If it were accessible, you wouldn't have any trouble finding it.

This word makes a lot of sense when you think about the word access, which is the ability to get at, use, or have something. Inaccessible things are out of reach. There are a lot of ways this word is used. A building without a ramp is often called inaccessible because people who use wheelchairs can't get in. People can be inaccessible too. If your doctor has office hours only one hour a day every two months, she's really inaccessible.

Definitions of inaccessible
  1. adjective
    capable of being reached only with great difficulty or not at all
    synonyms: unaccessible
    outback, remote
    inaccessible and sparsely populated;
    pathless, roadless, trackless, untracked, untrod, untrodden
    lacking pathways
    out of reach, unapproachable, unreachable, unreached
    inaccessibly located or situated
    un-come-at-able, un-get-at-able, ungetatable
    difficult to reach or attain
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    capable of being reached
    approachable, reachable
    easily approached
    come-at-able, get-at-able, getatable
    capable of being reached or attained
    handy, ready to hand
    easy to reach
    suited to your comfort or purpose or needs
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  2. adjective
    not capable of being obtained
    “a rare work, today almost inaccessible
    synonyms: unobtainable, unprocurable, untouchable
    not available or accessible or at hand
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