Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an invulnerable manner; so as to be proof against wounds, injury, or assault; of an argument, irrefutably.
- adv. In an invulnerable manner.
- invulnerable + -ly (Wiktionary)
“None!' answered he, rubbing his eyes; 'I am invulnerably asleep at this very moment!”
“As long as they were invulnerably based, nuclear weapons in this condition would retain their deterrent capacity against the use of nuclear weapons by others.”
“It was situated on a bluff above the Pisoraca River, but not invulnerably so; at Pompey's advent the whole district surrendered without a fight.”
“But what happens when we behave invulnerably, when we gird ourselves with psychological defenses and pretend that we are cool cats who have got it all together, rugged individualists who seem to be in complete control of our lives?”
“A little coarser nature would not have borne the strain; it would have had to come to terms with itself -- with a sigh, with a grunt, or even with a guffaw; a still coarser one would have remained invulnerably ignorant and completely uninteresting.”
“On the other hand, the Southerners, lying secure in intrenched positions upon the precipitous sides and lofty summits of Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge, seemed invulnerably placed.”
“I thought, vainly, I fear, thought that the devotion of love -- love strong as even you can feel -- love guarded, invulnerably guarded, by all the purity of virtue, and all the pride of honour; I thought such a love would make you happy -- shall I be mistaken?”
“It was being thus mysteriously, invulnerably armed, that gave the delicate, learned, pious Lady”
“Remember how you felt about the flag back when you thought you were invulnerably protected, hero.”
“The fact that enemies blink invulnerably after each hit, a trait usually reserved for player characters, can also put off players who aren't used to it.”
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