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disvulnerability

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The quality possessed by some persons of a rude physical type of being comparatively difficult to wound seriously, that is, of recovering easily from wounds or injuries.

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Examples

  • "I asked," he says, "at the central hospital, the Santé, where all persons who become seriously ill in the prisons of the Seine are looked after, if this disvulnerability had ever been noticed.

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