invincible[ in-vin-suh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF invincible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVINCIBLE
It was an invincible smile, that, little by little, spread over her whole face.
Lee, with his invincible legions, was still sweeping northward.
And so the most valiant efforts have failed to rouse it from its invincible slumber.
There was invincible energy and determination in whatever he did.
Laura, for your love I should overcome obstacles that to another man might be invincible.
The monsters took their time, because they knew they were invincible.
In a fragment of his we read, The most invincible of all things is a woman!
There are some obstacles, and I should once have thought, invincible.
Those of the Inflexible and Invincible were of the 12-inch type.
She knew not fear; her quiet, undemonstrative courage was lofty and invincible.