invincibility

[ in-vin-suh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF invincibility

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His implicit faith in the Emperor's invincibility also amused me.

On the contrary, it has given life and invincibility to the cause of Texas.

Her invincibility on the ocean (p. 173) was a foregone conclusion.

The charm of British invincibility had been broken by Braddock's defeat.

Garrison had the martyr's temperament and invincibility of purpose.

These are, their invincibility upon the sea, and the battle of Waterloo.

The unpopularity of Lancelot and his kin is not due merely to his invincibility and their not always discreet partisanship.

Their breastplates of iron indicate their invincibility or else their insensibility to injuries inflicted upon them.

The delay increased his difficulties, for it weakened the belief in English invincibility.

He was so thoroughly persuaded of his invincibility, that he felt there was no occasion to prove it.

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