unbridgeable

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un- +‎ bridge +‎ -able

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unbridgeable (comparative more unbridgeable, superlative most unbridgeable)

  1. Unable to be bridged or crossed; impossible to span.
    • 1988, David Quammen, The Flight of the Iguana
      The gap between feather-assisted running and feather-assisted flying seemed evolutionarily unbridgeable. But now again the notion of ground-travel aerodynamics is being given some careful thought.

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