insuperable

Part of speech: noun

Insuperability.

Part of speech: adjective

Not to be overcome; insurmountable.

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Usage examples "insuperable":

  1. Still we worked our onward way, my father being confident that we should encounter no insuperable obstacles. - "With Axe and Rifle", W.H.G. Kingston.
  2. There are insuperable obstacles to your conditions. - "The Crystal Stopper", Maurice LeBlanc.
  3. " That part of it is all right, then," smiled Mrs. Fayre; " it is, to my mind, only the loss of more than a week of the school work that presents the insuperable objection." - "Two Little Women on a Holiday", Carolyn Wells.