indefensible[ in-di-fen-suh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF indefensible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDEFENSIBLE
That your communion was unassailable, would not prove that mine was indefensible.
The use of this word in the sense of determined is not only inelegant but indefensible.
Can any thing more inexcusable and indefensible than this be imagined?
It accused her of some guiltiness, uncommitted and indefensible.
In the end it is the indefensible truth that lasts; it lasts because it works and serves.
From the viewpoint of all but convinced Socialists, this position is indefensible.
I have given up all idea of the kind as untenable and indefensible.
And this delay, which is indefensible, was his second step into the snares of fortune.
Some fight might be made for 'Metal', but 'Nor' is indefensible.
The compromise at which I have arrived is indefensible, and I have no thought of trying to defend it.