impermeable

[ im-pur-mee-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF impermeable
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He was so gross, so impermeable to all the subtler issues of being.

You could not culturalize the impermeable texture of their vulgarity.

It is because faith has this origin that it is, in a sense, "impermeable to experience."

A word that has reclassified in an entertaining manner our impermeable and eternal ignorance.

The wing rose by means of a crank and a moveable piston, and was covered by impermeable taffeta.

Jean Cornbutte contrived to surround this part of the pipe with some metallic canvas, which is impermeable by heat.

In proportion as the air becomes hot by compression, so it cools by expansion, if the vessel containing it is impermeable to heat.

The mechanical impediment to nutrition offered by a large number of impermeable glands promotes rapid emaciation and exhaustion.

The undulations of the impermeable rocky substratum bring to light the water that gathers in the alluvial beds.

The natural perspiration, confined by the impermeable tissue, excites galvanic action between the metals.

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