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See definition of invulnerability on Dictionary.com
  • as inprotection
  • as insafety
  • as inimmunity

synonyms for invulnerability

  • conservation
  • insurance
  • preservation
  • safeguard
  • safety
  • security
  • shelter
  • stability
  • aegis
  • armament
  • armor
  • assurance
  • barrier
  • buffer
  • bulwark
  • camouflage
  • certainty
  • charge
  • cover
  • custody
  • defense
  • fix
  • guard
  • reassurance
  • refuge
  • safekeeping
  • salvation
  • screen
  • self-defense
  • shield
  • strength
  • surety
  • tutelage
  • umbrella
  • ward
  • guarding
  • protecting
  • wardship
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antonyms for invulnerability

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  • danger
  • destruction
  • insecurity
  • doubt
  • uncertainty
  • attack
  • harm
  • hurt
  • injury
  • threat
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How to use invulnerability in a sentence

Just because you got a Covid-19 vaccine doesn’t mean you’re invulnerable to reckless behavior.
THE CAPITOL OUTBREAK SHOWS ONE VACCINE DOSE MAY NOT FULLY SHIELD AGAINST THE CORONAVIRUSUMAIR IRFANJANUARY 12, 2021VOX
The ongoing issue goes to show that even a spacecraft as well designed and protected as the ISS is not invulnerable.
ASTRONAUTS ON THE ISS ARE HUNTING FOR THE SOURCE OF ANOTHER MYSTERY AIR LEAKNEEL PATELSEPTEMBER 30, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
On the fourth night the shaman gives to each man a small charmed root which has the power to confer invulnerability.
THE SACRED FORMULAS OF THE CHEROKEESJAMES MOONEY
Even Turnbull, with his typical invulnerability, was a little taken aback by this boisterous and almost brutal hospitality.
THE BALL AND THE CROSSG.K. CHESTERTON
One should ensure its wearer continual health and strength, invulnerability, insensibility to pain.
THE WORKS OF LUCIAN OF SAMOSATA, V. 4LUCIAN OF SAMOSATA
She must above all retain for that possible day her most charming tranquillity, all her invulnerability, all her inviolability.
THE HIDDEN FORCELOUIS COUPERUS
Did he suspect, behind this wall of invulnerability, the ironical feminine secrecy of her silently smouldering inner life?
THE HIDDEN FORCELOUIS COUPERUS
As an instance we may take his invulnerability, a feature which is peculiar to the German version of the story.
THE HEROIC AGEH. MUNRO CHADWICK
His yogic power was such that he either could will them not to bite, or could escape to an inner invulnerability.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
It is indicated by a figure intended to represent a flying bullet, referring to his claim of invulnerability.
CALENDAR HISTORY OF THE KIOWA INDIANS. (1898 N 17 / 1895-1896 (PAGES 129-444))JAMES MOONEY
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WORDS RELATED TO INVULNERABILITY

  • amnesty
  • charter
  • exoneration
  • franchise
  • freedom
  • impunity
  • indemnity
  • invulnerability
  • liberty
  • license
  • prerogative
  • protection
  • release
  • resistance
  • right
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