Crossword clues for accessible
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Accessible \Ac*cess"i*ble\, a. [L. accessibilis, fr. accedere: cf. F. accessible. See Accede.]
Easy of access or approach; approachable; as, an accessible town or mountain, an accessible person.
Open to the influence of; -- with to. ``Minds accessible to reason.''
Obtainable; to be got at.
The best information . . . at present accessible.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
c.1400, "affording access," from Middle French accessible, from Late Latin accessibilis, verbal adjective from Latin accessus "a coming near, approach" (see access (n.)). Meaning "easy to reach" is from 1640s; Of art or writing, "able to be readily understood," 1961 (a term not needed in the years before writing or art often deliberately was made not so).
a. 1 Easy of access or approach; approachable. 2 Easy to get along with. 3 Open to the influence of. 4 obtainable; to be got at. 5 (context art literature English) Easily understand. 6 Capable of being used or seen.
adj. capable of being reached; "a town accessible by rail" [ant: inaccessible]
capable of being read with comprehension; "readily accessible to the nonprofessional reader"; "the tales seem more approachable than his more difficult novels" [syn: approachable]
easily obtained; "most students now have computers accessible"; "accessible money"
easy to get along with or talk to; friendly; "an accessible and genial man"
Usage examples of "accessible".
Intracompany mail bins Policy: Intracompany mail bins must not be located in publicly accessible areas.
Display of company Confidential information Policy: Company information not designated for public release shall not be displayed in any publicly accessible areas.
Corporate structure information such as organization charts, hierarchy charts, employee or departmental lists, reporting structure, names, positions, internal contact numbers, employee numbers, or similar information that is used for internal processes should not be made available on publicly accessible Web sites.
Visitor access to network connections Policy: All publicly accessible Ethernet access points must be on a segmented network to prevent unauthorized access to the internal network.
Ethernet jacks installed in conference rooms, the cafeteria, training centers, or other areas accessible to visitors shall be filtered to prevent unauthorized access by visitors to the corporate computer systems.
Sending sensitive information by fax Policy: Before sending Sensitive information by fax to a machine that is located in an area accessible to other personnel, the sender shall transmit a cover page.
Much useful comparative information was obtained during the following minute of suspended ecstasy, during which the female tongues parted into thousands of fine tentacles, exploring every accessible cavity of the male bodies.
I am told that several worlds much like Earth exist in the Universe accessible from Joy Hall: that is, from my new platform.
It is accessible through the system of worldlet gates reached in External Hall.
Her internal states whilst coupled with Michael, Artemius and now Alfred are accessible on the network.
The city was accessible only by a narrow peninsula towards the west, as the other three sides were surrounded by the Adige, a rapid river, which covered the province of Venetia, from whence the besieged derived an inexhaustible supply of men and provisions.
Their skilful guide, changing his plan of operations, then conducted the army by a longer circuit, but through a fertile territory, towards the head of the Euphrates, where the infant river is reduced to a shallow and accessible stream.
Logos was particularly considered under the more accessible character of the Son of an Eternal Father, and the Creator and Governor of the world.
The immortal productions of Virgil, Cicero, and Livy, which were accessible to the Christian Barbarians, maintained a silent intercourse between the reign of Augustus and the times of Clovis and Charlemagne.
Hengist, who boldly aspired to the conquest of Britain, exhorted his countrymen to embrace the glorious opportunity: he painted in lively colors the fertility of the soil, the wealth of the cities, the pusillanimous temper of the natives, and the convenient situation of a spacious solitary island, accessible on all sides to the Saxon fleets.