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  • adjective obsolete Unpassable.
  • adjective obsolete Impassible.


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  • Go on the right hand, though it be thorny, 8. no way is unpassible to vertue; follow whither vertue leadeth

    The Orbis Pictus Johann Amos Comenius 1631

  • For, let it be taken that her littlenist is of no magnetude or again let it be granted that Doll the laziest can be dissimulant with all respects from Doll the fiercst, thence must any what-youlike in the power of empthood be either greater than or less than the unitate we have in one or hence shall the vectorious ready-eyes of evertwo circumflicksrent searclhers never film in the elipsities of their gyribouts those fickers which are returnally reprodictive of themselves. 1 Which is unpassible.

    Finnegans Wake 2006


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