Tunis was strong, and the Dey believed it to be unattackable.
The resisting power of numbers, the unattackable stolidity of a great multitude, was the haunting fear of his sinister loneliness.
In old times Kingston was unattackable, so strong had the position been made by nature and art combined.
Unattackable, Loudon will not consent to think him, though Butturlin has quite consented.
But whatever objections may be brought against it, its originality at least is unattackable.
We have solved the great questions of metaphysic, by attacking them at the head, that is to say at the part that is unattackable.
Unattackable on this side: their right flank and foot are safe enough.
Before superior forces he retired to a mountain, where he was unattackable.
A superior who reproves such gossip holds an unattackable position.
We accept this definition as true and unattackable, although nothing could be more false.