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adjective as in invincible

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Israel is powerful compared to its neighbors, but it is close to invulnerable compared to the Palestinians.

Their love is legendary, powerful, and unique, but not invulnerable.

This impressive record of political consolidation, however, does not leave it invulnerable.

They do not think they are invulnerable to criticism or that history will guarantee them success.

It is also doing this at a site built under a mountain and so possibly invulnerable to air attacks.

Not only was she invulnerable to bullets and clubs; she had apparently drunk the elixir of eternal life.

Morgiana threw back her black hair, and laughed as would an invulnerable jinn.

But the choice of an invulnerable state ticket at this convention is our business and our only business.

Siegfried of the Nibelungenlied, after slaying the Regin dragon, makes himself invulnerable by bathing in its blood.

But the artisans who follow him are 169 not invulnerable as he is; the grape-shot sweeps them down off the barricade.

It's our one weakness—the one Achilles heel in a m-machine that was meant to be invulnerable.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to invulnerable, such as: bulletproof, impassable, impenetrable, impregnable, indestructible, and unbeatable.

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