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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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"We will renounce the idea of the prison," said he, in a lower tone: "we will find a little retreat from which the invincible cannot possibly escape."
But many thought, and I thought so too, that it was special favour and mercy which Heaven showed to Spain in permitting the destruction of that source and hiding place of mischief, that devourer, sponge, and moth of countless money, fruitlessly wasted there to no other purpose save preserving the memory of its capture by the invincible Charles V; as if to make that eternal, as it is and will be, these stones were needed to support it.
The surgeon's invincible arm stole round the young lady's waist, and answered mutely with a squeeze.
Slowly he brought the pressure to bear, and then as in days gone by he had given Kerchak the chance to surrender and live, so now he gave to Akut--in whom he saw a possible ally of great strength and resource--the option of living in amity with him or dying as he had just seen his savage and heretofore invincible king die.
Those who have carefully attended to its vices and deformities as they have been exhibited by experience or delineated in the course of these papers, must feel invincible repugnancy to trusting the national interests in any degree to its operation.
Those invincible men were subject to a mysterious and fatal influence which that name had over them; the mere sound of it filled them with terror.
"I'm the Lord High General of the Invincible Army of the Nomes, and my name is Guph," was the reply.
Have you never observed how invincible and unconquerable is spirit and how the presence of it makes the soul of any creature to be absolutely fearless and indomitable?
There was something within his own breast with which the invincible fidelity which that youth had preserved, corresponded much better than it had done with the religion of Thwackum, or with the virtue of Square.
Another difficulty lay in the invincible disbelief of the peasant that a landowner's object could be anything else than a desire to squeeze all he could out of them.
"I arrived in England and I found 'the Invincibles' and I found Manchester United and Sir Alex Ferguson very much hurt by that invincible Arsenal season," he said.
Since then, a move of stadium and nine consecutive years without a trophy has ensured 'The Invincibles' seem a very distant memory, of an era inArsenal's history that seems lifetimes ago.
They have left the branch with the highest achievement emulating the Arsenal team of 2003-04 known as the Invincibles for not losing a single league game.
The national group, Young Invincibles, released report cards last week judging every state's budgetary support for public higher education.
CHELSEA manager Jose Mourinho saw his team blow their chance of becoming the Premier League's new Invincibles, and then claimed 'I don't care'.