invincible, unbeatable, unvanquishableadjective
incapable of being overcome or subdued
"an invincible army"; "her invincible spirit"
Someone or something that cannot be defeated, destroyed or killed.
Impossible to defeat, destroy or kill.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Insuperable; unconquerable; not to be subdued.
Etymology: invincible, French; invincibilis, Latin.
I would have thought her spirits had been invincible against all assaults of affection. William Shakespeare.
Should he invade any part of their country, he would soon see that invincible nation with their united forces up in arms. Richard Knolles, History of the Turks.
The spirit remains invincible. John Milton.
That mistake, which is the consequence of invincible errour, scarce deserves the name of wrong judgment. John Locke.
If an atheist had had the making of himself, he would have framed a constitution that could have kept pace with his insatiable lust, been invincible by intemperance, and have held out a thousand years in a perpetual debauch. Richard Bentley, Sermons.
incapable of being conquered, overcome, or subdued; unconquerable; insuperable; as, an invincible army, or obstacle
Etymology: [L. invincibilis: cf. F. invincible. See In- not, and Vincible.]
Invincible is a superhero in the Image Comics Universe. Created by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Cory Walker, the character first appeared in Tech Jacket #1, before graduating to his own self-titled regular series in 2003, as the premier title in Image's then-new superhero line. Invincible is the teenaged son of Omni-Man, an extraterrestrial superhero of the Viltrumite race. Invincible inherited his father’s superhuman strength and ability to fly and he has sworn to protect the Earth. He has had trouble adjusting to his newfound powers and coping with the reality of his origins.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
in-vin′si-bl, adj. that cannot be overcome: insuperable.—ns. Invin′cibleness, Invincibil′ity.—adv. Invin′cibly.—Invincible ignorance (see Ignorance).—The Invincible Doctor, William of Occam (c. 1280-1349).
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
A name boastfully applied both to naval and military forces, which have nevertheless been utterly vanquished.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
Incapable of being conquered or overcome; unconquerable; insuperable; as, an invincible army, etc.
The numerical value of invincible in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of invincible in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
It did sort of surprise me, because here I am, a 26-year-old who thinks she's healthy and invincible, and they're telling me I have melanoma.
Our recruiters succeeded in awakening in us the animal instinct that was slumbering there. In magic ceremonies they convinced us that we were invincible, but the reality always showed us that the opposite was true.
He was supposed to be invincible.
As somebody who is currently in her 30s, I think a lot of us think that we are invincible at this point and we don't have to worry about things like heart attacks until we get old, i think this study shows that we should be thinking about things like this early on.
In the depth of winter, I learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.
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- لا يقهرArabic
- invencibleCatalan, Valencian
- ανίκητος, αήττητοςGreek
- شکست ناپذیرPersian
- legyőzhetetlen, győzhetetlenHungarian
- בלתי מנוצחHebrew
- 難攻不落, 倒せない, 無敵, 不敗Japanese
- onoverwinnelijk, onoverwinnelijkeDutch
- niezwyciężony, niepokonany, niezwyciężonaPolish
- неуязвимый, непобедимыйRussian
- oövervinnerlig, oSwedish
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