Antonyms for unconquerable

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Then commenced the unconquerable power over her of those forebodings which have clung to her with such pertinacity ever since.

On April 17, 1790, his unconquerable spirit took its flight.

But you told me you had an unconquerable aversion to the notion of seeking a divorce.

No one but a man of unconquerable courage would have considered it.

Of course she had contracted for him a most unconquerable aversion!

In its place was a sense of guilt, of desertion, of unconquerable gloom.

The motto of the oratorio is "Love is strong as death, and unconquerable as the grave."

He laughed because it occurred to him at the moment he was unconquerable.

An unconquerable curiosity lay at the very root of their lives.

He looked what he was—unconquerable; and if she had not loved him already, she must infallibly have loved him then.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from un- (1) "not" + conquer + -able.

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