- (Of an opponent or obstacle) able to be overcome or conquered.More example sentences
- Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the easily vincible Straw Man.
- The more vincible he seemed, the less he seemed like a sure bet to beat his opponent, and the more support he lost.
- His summation of the problem with computer security is, as he himself admits, quite cynical: ‘… the mathematics are impeccable, the computers are vincible, the networks are lousy, and the people are abysmal.’
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- He has taken one of the most bloody and most complex battles in the history of the British Empire to demonstrate the utter vincibility of a super-power by meagre, but determined, forces.
- Again, it is developments like these that contribute to the vincibility of all nations.
- The battle proved the fallibility of Hitler and the vincibility of the Wehrmacht, which up to then had enjoyed little but victory.
mid 16th century: from Latin vincibilis, from vincere 'to overcome'.
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