- adj. Impossible to breach
- un- + breachable (Wiktionary)
“The monastery in which the novel takes place is supposed to be impregnable and unbreachable, which is why Sarge chose it for his boarding school.”
“* 3.8 pct/GDP deficit target "unbreachable" - PM * Final budget vote in Nov seen key test for govt (Adds more detail, comments)”
“When an organisation can count the police and elected officials as its co-conspirators it seems impervious to outside attack, imperious even, impermeable and unbreachable.”
“The wild card, though, came when he chose to dress up Noh-Varr of the Kree (who had spent several years in an unbreachable prison after sorta kinda maybe trying to take over the world) as his new Captain Marvel.”
“The fortress was considered unbreachable by all who had visited the site and was surely a major cause of concern to Alexander as he approached the town.”
“Further, Rosie let her daughter fight the shark -- a near-unthinkable incursion into what only a few years ago was a nearly unbreachable boys' bastion of angling.”
“For Neha, and many others like her, the imaginary glass ceiling almost seems like an unbreachable barrier.”
“But better than the unbreachable divide that preceded busing.”
“Lockdown" at Bilderberg means that security is snapped securely shut – it means an unbreachable, Pentagon-like security cordon is tightened around this seaside hotel.”
“And if it is not, then those who embrace justice tempered by love must make ourselves known as an unbreachable majority, prevailing despite objections.”
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