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Synonyms for unassailable

Synonyms for unassailable

Synonyms for unassailable

impossible to assail


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without flaws or loopholes

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The days went on, and Miranda grew stronger and stronger; her will seemed unassailable, and before long she could be moved into a chair by the window, her dominant thought being to arrive at such a condition of improvement that the doctor need not call more than once a week, instead of daily; thereby diminishing the bill, that was mount- ing to such a terrifying sum that it haunted her thoughts by day and dreams by night.
I still think Spencer is unassailable, and next time I'm going to take a hand myself."
Summing up the unassailable security of her false position in those closing words, Mercy pointed significantly to the billiard-room door.
The evidence of his cleverness was of the higher intuitive order, lying in his lady-patients' immovable conviction, and was unassailable by any objection except that their intuitions were opposed by others equally strong; each lady who saw medical truth in Wrench and "the strengthening treatment" regarding Toller and "the lowering system" as medical perdition.
Vanity--of all human frailties the longest-lived--still held its firmly-rooted place in this woman's nature; superior to torment of conscience, unassailable by terror of death!
Then, and then only, my sympathy with her was the perfect sympathy which holds its fidelity unassailable by the chances and changes, the delusions and temptations, of mortal life.
Sir Patrick's indifference to all domestic claims on him--claims of persons who loved, and claims of persons who hated, it didn't matter which--remained perfectly unassailable. There he stood, poised on his cane, humming an old Scotch air.
Tennyson was too sincere to evade the issue, and after years of inner struggle he arrived at a positive faith in the central principles of Christianity, broadly interpreted, though it was avowedly a faith based on instinct and emotional need rather than on unassailable reasoning.
On Miss Verinder's own authority--a perfectly unassailable authority, as you are aware, in the estimation of Mr.
OWEN BENNETT @owenjbennett BORIS Johnson raced into a virtually unassailable lead among MPs in the opening round of the Conservative leadership contest yesterday.
Summary: Abu Dhabi [UAE], Mar 28 (ANI): Australia defeated Pakistan in the third ODI of the five-match series by 80 runs to take a 3-0 unassailable lead in the series.
Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 19 Judge Marlo Magdoza-Malagar, in a resolution dated February 1, named Sison and Antonio Cabanatan, said to be secretary of the Mindanao commission, as parties to the government's petition due to their "unassailable link" to the CPP-NPA.
It gave Britain an unassailable 2-0 lead following Katie Boulter's earlier 6-3 4-6 6-3 win over Valentini Grammatikopoulou.
DUBAI: West Indies captain Jason Holder will miss the third and final test against England after being banned by the International Cricket Council because of his team's slow over-rate during the second match in Antigua.West Indies have an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series after crushing victories in the first two matches but Holder, the world's top-ranked test all-rounder, will sit out the last game in St Lucia starting on Saturday.
NNA - Caretaker Minister of Industry, Hussein Hajj Hassan, on Wednesday reiterated Hezbollah's "unassailable" commitment to its allies, namely the independent Sunni MPs, highlighting the necessity of their representation in the new government.