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synonyms for invincibility

  • boldness
  • courage
  • derring-do
  • determination
  • fearlessness
  • firmness
  • fortitude
  • gallantry
  • grit
  • heroism
  • prowess
  • tenacity
  • backbone
  • dash
  • defiance
  • fight
  • guts
  • hardihood
  • heart
  • intrepidity
  • mettle
  • moxie
  • nerve
  • pluck
  • resolution
  • sand
  • spirit
  • spunk
  • starch
  • stomach
  • valiance
  • valiancy
  • indomitableness
  • intestinal fortitude

antonyms for invincibility

MOST RELEVANT
  • cowardice
  • fear
  • irresolution
  • meekness
  • timidity
  • weakness
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How to use invincibility in a sentence

If you short Tesla at $20, and Elon Musk announces his new car makes you both invincible and unfathomably attractive, causing Tesla’s stock to hit $1,000, you’re going to lose $980.
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Even a shoe that perfectly matches your habitual motion path won’t make you invincible.
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Past the broken cars and boarded mobile homes, however, the land has an invincible beauty.
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Twenty years old and you think you’re invincible, think your life is some romantic story.
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The delay increased his difficulties, for it weakened the belief in English invincibility.
BATTLES OF ENGLISH HISTORYH. B. (HEREFORD BROOKE) GEORGE
The British navy, in its invincibility, had almost annihilated the commerce of France.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE VOL. IV, NO. 19, DEC 1851VARIOUS
Already in this first "small fight" the Spaniards had learned a lesson, and might even entertain a doubt of their invincibility.
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Faith in the invincibility of the republic was rooted as an indisputable dogma in the hearts of the French people.
FAMOUS MEN AND GREAT EVENTS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURYCHARLES MORRIS
Edna's very invincibility, however, aided Sylvia's final capitulation to Thinkright.
THE OPENED SHUTTERSCLARA LOUISE BURNHAM
Among these were his estimate of Poubalov, whose invincibility seemed to surpass human powers and attributes.
THE MISSION OF POUBALOVFREDERICK R. (FREDERICK RUSSELL) BURTON
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