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incapable of being conquered, overrun, or subjugated

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incapable of being overcome or subdued

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That's what you do when you're debating the invincibly ignorant.
His alternations of fortune inspire him to speak in an idiom that is at once briskly affecting and invincibly shoddy, having "drained the Circe-cup to the lees," still aware of "the enchanting draught of its exquisite and transporting sweetness, in spite of the emptiness of its froth and the bitterness of its dregs.
Is there anyone not blinkered by ideology or invincibly ignorant of social science who disagrees with this?
They had been invincibly united throughout those terrible 12 months and now, as they tramped along the road to the waiting winding gear, banners fluttering brave in the morning light, the Tylorstown and Maerdy Band leading, this might have been a parade for a great triumph.
Five-year-olds can understand and use fractions in other countries, are we saying that there is something somehow invincibly different about English children which means that they can't master and enjoy the sort of education that's available to children in other countries?
The notion of an invincibly center-right electorate was anathema to the emerging Left 3.
4) In The Town Faulkner describes Major de Spain's red car as "alien and debonair, as invincibly and irrevocably polygamous and bachelor as De Spain himself" (12).
It is His master stroke to be not only environmental but invisible, for the environment is invincibly persuasive when ignored.
To regulate responsively, at a minimum a regulator will need at least some of the powers and resources to intervene minimally, and adequate powers, resources, and credibility to enforce invincibly.
For example, many theologians settle for a "complementary" relationship between Catholicism and other religions, but they forget that "complementarity" merely applies to those who are invincibly ignorant of the gospel.
ON THE QUESTION OF INNOCENCE, I have to say the makers of the latest superhero film, The Green Hornet, must be invincibly ignorant.
The difficulty was that though one could trap them like animals, transport them in pens, work them alongside an ass or a horse and beat both with the same stick, stable them and starve them, they remained, despite their black skins and curly hair, quite invincibly human beings; with the intelligence and resentments of human beings.
His answer is: "Beautiful beyond belief/The heights glimmer in the sliding cloud, the great bronze gorge-cut sides / of the mountains tower up invincibly, / Not the least hurt by this ribbon of road carved on their sea-foot.
And this Court is, in this very case, actually called upon by the defendants to pronounce judgment in their favour, upon the very ground that their act is justified by that very lex et consuetudo parlementi, of which the Court is said to be invincibly ignorant.