Thesaurus / invincibility

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Even a shoe that perfectly matches your habitual motion path won’t make you invincible.

Past the broken cars and boarded mobile homes, however, the land has an invincible beauty.

Twenty years old and you think you’re invincible, think your life is some romantic story.

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

Gibraltar may be strong, but ideas are impregnable, and bestow on the hero their invincibility.

She had snatched the prestige of invincibility from the English, and raised the spirit of France.

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

And so, too, did the Russian Tsar, whose armies had done so much to destroy the legend of Napoleonic invincibility.

Armageddon--And AfterW. L. Courtney

The sacred spell of the invincibility of the British navy was broken by those unfortunate captures.

Union and DemocracyAllen Johnson

So persuaded was he of the invincibility of the French, that at first he could not credit their defeat.

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