inexpugnable

[ in-ik-spuhg-nuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inexpugnable

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But where were they all when my inexpugnable honour was calumniated and betrayed?

Here is the inexpugnable element of truth in the intuitional theory.

Hence the conservative, inexpugnable character of Magic and its easy alliance with Mysticism.

She should have made for herself a shelter of inexpugnable peace out of that honest affection.

This is the practical side of art: its inexpugnable fortress for the true practitioner.

I felt the inexpugnable strength of common sense being insidiously menaced by this gruesome, by this insane, delusion.

These things exist and yet are hidden; they are inexpugnable, beyond reach, beyond approach.

"Pleasure somewhere, at some time, to some being or beings, is an inexpugnable element of the conception" of moral aim.

Inexpugnable, in-eks-pug′na-bl (or -pū′-), adj. not to be overcome by force.

That idea is all that concerns us; and that idea survives, inexpugnable to criticism, a truth for evermore.

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