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As for Bonds and Clemens — the premier hitter and pitcher of their generation, if not of all time — both have unassailable statistical cases, but both continue to fall short of election because of their association with performance-enhancing drugs.

We have built systems that don’t just widen the gap between rich and poor but make the distance unassailable.

Great players like Kitani recognize that building a “Thick,” or unassailable, territory with Gote is one of the surest ways of establishing an effective Sente in the future.

It’s a somewhat dangerous game to assert any claim is unassailable, if only because individuals and small teams can only consider so many possibilities.

It adds Facebook “has held an unassailable position in the social network market for nearly a decade.”

But its hope for a better future and its expressed faith in God and the children of God is unassailable.

It might have been used as confirmation that a unique and cozy “special relationship” between the two nations was unassailable.

For a long time, then, Orthodox control seemed unassailable.

“His party credentials are unassailable,” says veteran GOP strategist Ralph Reed.

Bibi Netanyahu called for an early vote from an apparent position of unassailable strength.

And his friends gasped at his temerity and trembled for him, not knowing what grounds he had for counting himself unassailable.

They do not offer a theory as a suggestion of what might possibly be, but as a demonstration founded upon an unassailable basis.

But Yacanex had taken up an unassailable position in the mountains, and for some months could not be drawn into an engagement.

Mr. Key's admiration for McCormack we found later on rests on unassailable grounds.

The Vita then comes to us with a certain unassailable authority, and is besides a work of piety, of love, of vindication.


On this page you'll find 83 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unassailable, such as: absolute, conclusive, indisputable, infallible, irrefutable, and undeniable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.