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Synonyms for invincibility

the property being difficult or impossible to defeat

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The President once again thanked the leaders of the Crimean Tatar people for "courage and invincibility of spirit".
The Men and Suicide report revealed that males compare themselves against a "gold standard" which measures power, control and invincibility.
CDATA[ Iranas mistake: Iran has believed its own press on its own Mahdistic invincibility, instead of calmly looking at the cold, hard numbers of the orders of battle in Syria.
Summary: Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has suffered a major setback in local elections that has punctured his image of invincibility and could usher in a period of political instability.
Students are interested in death and dying because it is real and authentic and challenges their sense of invincibility," said Kane, who has taught a similar course at Harley School in Rochester, where he also teaches English.
The victory also ended the myth of Japanese invincibility and meant Burma could be recaptured for civilisation.
Despite the near on-court invincibility shown by Federer over the years, it was Baghdatis who was one of his conquerors following a second-round win against the top-seeded Swiss at the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells in March this year.
The president said "the myth of Israel's invincibility is over" and Israel is merely seeking to maintain its image as a dreadful power to preserve its existence.
It''s hardly surprising that when ordinary mortals, who just happen to be good at what they do, are bestowed with an aura of mystique and invincibility, they assume they can do what they like.
Gatland's conciliatory stance looked to have come too late, though, with the official All Blacks website indirectly accusing him and wing Leigh Halfpenny of "trash talk" in saying that Graham Henry's men have lost their "aura of invincibility.
After a series defeat to South Africa - their first at home for 16 years - and other unconvincing performances, the invincibility shroud has fallen.
Most teens' attitudes regarding trauma-related injuries, particularly those due to motor vehicle crashes, reflect a sense of invincibility and focus on fate rather than choice, according to new research published in the August 2008 issue of the Journal of the American College of Surgeons.
The firm's Graham Sharpe said: "Federer's aura of invincibility has begun to slip alarmingly this year.
I was reading stuff like that in the paper today - 'is the invincibility all over?
Alderbrook had that aura of invincibility about him; he knew he was special and everything about him was different.