unconquerable


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incapable of being conquered, overrun, or subjugated

Synonyms for unconquerable

not capable of being conquered or vanquished or overcome

incapable of being surmounted or excelled

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"A poor weapon with which to kill Jikiza the Unconquerable," said Galazi, eyeing it askance.
Boris Johnson has praised the "dogged and unconquerable resistance" Poland displayed during the Second World War, 80 years after it was invaded by the Nazis.
what is demanded from us all is something more than courage and endurance; we need a revival of spirit, a new unconquerable resolve.' "That is exactly what those brave men brought to the battle, as the fate of the world depended on their success.
In a broadcast to the nation at that time, my father, King George VI, said, 'What is demanded from us all is something more than courage and endurance; we need a revival of spirit, a new unconquerable resolve ...'That is exactly what those brave men brought to the battle, as the fate of the world depended on their success" - The Queen, marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day in Portsmouth.
what is demanded from us all is something more than courage and endurance; we need a revival of spirit, a new unconquerable resolve ...' That is exactly what those brave men brought to the battle, as the fate of the world depended on their success" - The Queen, above, marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day in Portsmouth.
In a broadcast to the nation at that time, my father, King George VI, said: 'What is demanded from us all is something more than courage and endurance; we need a revival of spirit, a new unconquerable resolve.'That is exactly what those brave men brought to the battle, as the fate of the world depended on their success" - The Queen, marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day in Portsmouth.
what is demanded from us all is something more than courage and endurance; we need a revival of spirit, a new unconquerable resolve ...' "That is exactly what those brave men brought to the battle, as the fate of the world depended on their success.
what is demanded from us all is something more than courage and endurance; we need a revival of spirit, a new unconquerable resolve ....' "That is exactly what those brave men brought to the battle, as the fate of the world depended on their success.
He is satisfied as he has won the war of making Pakistan unconquerable,' she said.
CM Buzdar had said that the Pakistan Day ceremony was a manifestation of national passions and said that the defence of any country made it unconquerable from foreign aggression.
He declared the exquisite Pakistan Day ceremony as the representation of national passions and said peace is drastically needed for development and progress, and that the defence of Pakistan is unconquerable for the solidarity of the country.
JURGEN KLOPP believes the combination of a rebuilt stadium, a new defence and tactical tweak has made Anfield an unconquerable fortress.
The sultan even managed to subdue the kingdom of Makuria, which was famous for being unconquerable.
The sacrifices of our martyrs are what make our defense unconquerable, Bishop added.