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unbreakable

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbreɪkəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of unbreakable in English:

adjective

Not liable to break or able to be broken easily: the flask is guaranteed unbreakable an unbreakable code
More example sentences
  • The bond is unbreakable, either one able to feel the other's emotions.
  • And on one lucky night, we might all witness Ray Allen break the unbreakable record.
  • My unbreakable skeleton was breaking, and now I was certain there would be no escape.
Synonyms
shatterproof, non-breakable, indestructible, imperishable, resistant, durable, everlasting, long-lasting, made to last;
literary adamantine

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