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).
1. The legal aid system should be accessible to more people.
2. This vast archive has been indexed and made accessible to researchers.
3. The causeway to the island is only accessible at low tide.
4. The Centre is easily accessible to the general public.
5. This device helps make virtual reality a more usable and accessible technology.