Definition of unconquerable in English:

unconquerable

Syllabification: un·con·quer·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈkäNGk(ə)rəbəl
 
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adjective

(Especially of a place, people, or emotion) not conquerable: an unconquerable pride
More example sentences
  • Maybe the rest of the city is quivering in terror, cowering at home, hiding with unconquerable fear?
  • She had managed to stay completely unruffled during the entire conversation, defying what he knew about humans and their unconquerable pride.
  • This strength, this invincibility, this unconquerable identification caused the Prudential Insurance Company in 1896 to use the Rock as their brand to symbolize a defense from all obstacles.

Derivatives

unconquerably

adverb
More example sentences
  • However, please forgive my teasing, for I am in an unconquerably joyous mood.
  • Olive is an ordinary but unconquerably optimistic girl with a fascination for beauty contests.
  • In contrast, the towers and anchors stand unconquerably rigid and strong.

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