invincible

Part of speech: adjective

Unconquerable.

Part of speech: noun

Invincibility.

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Usage examples "invincible":

  1. He looked so strong, so much a part of all living things, that he seemed to her invincible. - "Rose MacLeod", Alice Brown.
  2. " Fear nothing, madam," he said, looking as if he could have annihilated the whole German force with his own invincible arm. - "The New Magdalen", Wilkie Collins.
  3. But he knew the man that said it wanted to make the protection more conspicuous, so he replied:- 'Sir, I have the most implicit confidence in the invincible cowardice of my fellow countrymen. - "The Reminiscences of an Irish Land Agent", S.M. Hussey.