Definition of invincible in English:

invincible

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Pronunciation: /ɪnˈvɪnsɪb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Too powerful to be defeated or overcome: an invincible warrior
More example sentences
  • Proud and arrogant, they thought themselves secure and invincible.
  • The sun is invincible, unconquerable, the highest ideal of the self and the highest aspiration of the soul.
  • Labour's previously invincible electoral machine lost the safe seat of Brent East.
Synonyms
invulnerable, indestructible, unconquerable, unbeatable, indomitable, unassailable; unyielding, unflinching, unbending, unshakeable, indefatigable, dauntless; impregnable, inviolable, secure, safe

Origin

late Middle English (earlier than vincible): via Old French from Latin invincibilis, from in- 'not' + vincibilis (see vincible).

Derivatives

invincibility

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • My misguided opponent seems to equate invincibility, unemotional man-like roboticness, and power with cool.
  • German invincibility had not just been broken; it had been shattered.
  • Such iron discipline, unknown in the Middle Ages, goes far to account for their invincibility.

invincibly

adverb
More example sentences
  • The other Allies would have to take over their Berlin sectors in due course, but Stalin wanted to be massively and invincibly in possession of the city before the Americans and the British could get there.
  • The cliché is invincibly true: Deeds speak louder than words.
  • Passionate, energetic and invincibly cheerful: the qualities of his final book are also a monument to the man himself.

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