invincibly

[ in-vin-suh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF invincibly
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Their thought is, 'Forward, invincibly forward, for our country!'

He was invincibly convinced of the practicability of his schemes.

Anne could not but see that she was invincibly convinced of Janet's guilt.

Some power, tangible yet invincibly compelling, drew them together.

One of them is the most invincibly impudent, and the other as incorrigibly absurd.

But his temperament was invincibly cautious; his mind moved slowly.

Even my uncle was momentarily embarrassed, I think, by that invincibly self-complacent expression.

The very idea of seeing men effeminated by such a dress, invincibly disgusts.

The door of the carriage was then closed, and Franklin returned to Paris duly deified but as invincibly sensible as ever.

Every sheep seemed to be invincibly determined to die any sort of dry death rather than wet its feet.

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