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Synonyms for invincibility

the property being difficult or impossible to defeat

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Hence it is important that we don't stop with eulogies but take a close look at the ingredients of Sindhu's invincibility. Her historic gold medal wasn't offered to her as a gift of fortune on a platter.
Brazil have identified the main threat to their defensive invincibility on Sunday at Rio de Janeiro's iconic Maracana stadium: Peru forward Paolo Guerrero.He's a player well known to Brazilian fans having spent the last seven years playing in the country.
His invincibility will be in full view after election results."
The defending World Champions will try to extend their stunning 63-game invincibility run by claiming more wins in this competition, which will take place between Nov.
The President once again thanked the leaders of the Crimean Tatar people for "courage and invincibility of spirit".
PM said that the heroic struggle by the Turkish people against the heinous coup attempt of 15 July has recorded a new chapter in the annals of history - illustrating again the invincibility of the power of the people.
'Blood of Bhutto martyrs offered unparalleled sacrifices for the invincibility of the country, democracy and rights of the people of Pakistan', he added.
DAVID WEIR has lost his invincibility, according to wheelchair legend Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson.
However, he has lost that invincibility." That much has been clear and the man they call the Weirwolf, for whom the marathon is his fifth event in seven days, has cut an increasingly forlorn figure.
Therefore, it is only fair to recognize that the patience, system and orderliness of establishment was successful in stopping and trapping the spirit of invincibility. There is no doubt that the biggest recognition for that success is to be found in the government and administration, stressing that all the put pressure and influence, led their success to be so obvious without the partially spontaneous and planned cooperation with the opposition, party and other, adds Zekoli.
The Blues' 11 defeats mean they no longer have an air of invincibility but they still have a team packed with world-class players capable of putting anyone to the sword.
NOVAK Djokovic's aura of invincibility was shattered by world number 55 Jiri Vesely as he was dumped out of the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters in yesterday's second round.
It is tough to be confronted with our own mortality, especially in the hard world of sport where the players often need to take on an air of invincibility.
Mayweather wears his immaculate run of 47 successive victories as a cloak of invincibility, using it to fuel his claim to being the greatest boxer of all time.
Much of that is down to Seattle's invincibility at home, which held the world record for stadium noise until Kansas City Chiefs claimed it last September.