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Synonyms for infrangible

difficult or impossible to break or separate into parts

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not capable of being violated or infringed

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CELTIC manager Brendan Rodgers paid tribute to his "infrangibles" after they finished the Ladbrokes Premiership campaign unbeaten with a 2-0 victory over Hearts.
However, keeping the wheels greased and rotating requires emotional intelligence, negotiation skills and a malleable yet infrangible will to succeed.
One of the narrating dog's abiding frustrations, but motivations as well, concerns the stubbornly taciturn nature of dogs who, as a subtle carry-over from the silently performing Seven, for some "tacitly concealed" reason maintain an infrangible silence on crucial, existential questions.
IN CAMP, all days are alike, and, because of their similarity, the weeks, months, and years spent in confinement cohere into a solid, infrangible lump that rolls from one date to the next, at once bringing joy (the remainder of one's sentence is shorter) and dejection (the remainder of one's life is shorter as well).
In other words, the text is a significant form, in which worldliness, circumstantiality, the text's status as an event having sensuous particularity as well as historical contingency, are considered as being incorporated in the text, an infrangible part of its capacity for conveying and producing meaning.
(20) Some, though, are more subtly allusive in nature than straightforward statements: expressing his (short-lived) satisfaction at having succeeded in removing Albertine from the temptations of other women, for example, the narrator describes how 'les eaux immenses et bleues, l'oubli des preferences qu'elle [a woman with whom he is almost certain that Albertine had sexual relations] avait pour cette jeune fille [Albertine] et qui allaient a d'autres, etaient retombes sur l'avanie que m'avait faite Albertine, l'enfermant dans un eblouissant et infrangible ecrin (La Prisonniere, ARTP, III, 679).
Richard reasserts his infrangible identity as King, heroically
Physical hunger was never the issue for them, only the desire for life without the fetters of an infrangible social order.