(1) When I first started blogging, I considered some bloggers unapproachable .(2) We're so busy packing as much into our schedules as we can, that we become unapproachable to those who would enjoy a few minutes with us.(3) Still, she looks every inch the unapproachable star and is flanked by those indispensable celebrity accessories, the bodyguard and personal assistant.(4) Evander, despite that, didn't want to cause grief for Darren or the band by seeming unapproachable or surly.(5) Council officers often come in for criticism about their attitudes; being unapproachable , etc.(6) Placebo's love affair with the British music press screeched to a halt in mid-2000 when the NME penned a scathing feature accusing the singer of being arrogant, difficult, unapproachable , obnoxious and deluded.(7) Often these protagonists seem gruff and unapproachable , even privileged and elitist, at least at first, perhaps concealing a painful shyness and a need for privacy.(8) You're so confident, you're very unapproachable .(9) Built over a Thracian settlement and a Byzantine fortress, Tsarevets turned into an unapproachable fortress.(10) The parents of the youths involved are unapproachable and witnesses are too afraid to come forward to give evidence.(11) Yeah, she was often unapproachable and often hostile, but the ice part didn't hold any water for Mona.(12) He was unapproachable , sometimes rude, always sarcastic, but it was also clear that he was uncannily observant.(13) Some Arrowhead homes have already been filled with water, while a few cabins at the end of River Road that sit on the Withlacoochee River are flooded and unapproachable because of the high water levels.(14) That little black-and-white square photo at the lower right only reminds people of what they think about Gray Davis, which is that, as a person, he's cold, unapproachable and stiff.(15) In reality - when I'm not mulling these things over in my mind and being paranoid - I don't think I'm unapproachable or unfriendly.(16) It takes a hundred men two days to clear a patch of land the size of a soccer field; in Angola, most of the arable land is unapproachable .