invulnerable

[ in-vuhl-ner-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF invulnerable
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Yet the old man's confidence in the young man's acumen was invulnerable.

The darts of calamity may assail her on every side, but she is invulnerable to them all.

But for himself, it was clear, he was prepared at all points and invulnerable.

Since you'll be made of my thoughts, you'll be invulnerable.

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

"Oh, I don't know that you're invulnerable," she said, with a toss of her head.

Mrs. Brimmer received the innuendo with invulnerable simplicity.

Not, however, till we know how to put on this wondrous robe are we invulnerable.

I am of the lower dimension and am invulnerable to your engines of destruction.

Gujputi is an enchanter: he is leagued with devils; he is invulnerable.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from Latin invulnerabilis "invulnerable," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + vulnerabilis (see vulnerable). Related: Invulnerably.

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