(Of a difficulty or obstacle) impossible to overcome: insuperable financial problems
More example sentences
- This is the radical uncertainty that haunts contemporary Marxist theorists, the insuperable difficulty of impossible exchange.
- Self-transcendence is overcoming insuperable obstacles in one's path.
- But the more I think about it, the more it appears that there are no insuperable obstacles to such a development should it ever become democratically necessary.
Middle English (in the general sense 'invincible'): from Old French, or from Latin insuperabilis, from in- 'not' + superabilis (from superare 'overcome').