Grammar Patterns

ADJ to n

The 'accessible' group

These adjectives indicate that people are able or permitted to go somewhere, either physically or metaphorically, or that they are not able or permitted to go somewhere. The prepositional phrase indicates the person or group concerned.
The rationale for legal reform has been the need to make the justice system more accessible to ordinary working people.
There are hundreds of feet of tunnels leading off the caves and caverns and these are forbidden to all but the trained cave diver.
Much of the country was still off-limits to outsiders.
  • accessible
  • available
  • forbidden
  • inaccessible
  • off limits
  • open
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