Definition of unbreachable in English:


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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbriːtʃəb(ə)l


Not able to be breached or overcome: a virtually unbreachable position
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  • The consensus was that unbreachable moral laws had been breached; unnatural acts had been performed; and the moral world had been turned upside-down during the revolutionary and imperial years.
  • McGrath's defences seem unbreachable at the moment and hot on his unbeaten 173 and 65 against Worcestershire, he completed yet another half-century before being run out for 68 by Gary Pratt's direct hit.
  • ‘Well, there's supposed to be an unbreachable division between them,’ he says.

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