Impassable, Impassible & Impossible

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Impassable means unable to be travelled or overcome: “The road became impassable because of the sewerage system was being changed.”
Impassible , on the other hand , is characterized as being incapable of feelings; immune to pain or suffering: “A man with blunt and stony sensibilities is impassible to the miseries around him.”
Last but not the least, Impossible means unacceptable, awkward, incapable of happening: “Nothing is impossible to achieve in this world with hard work.”

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