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- adj. That cannot be vanquished; undefeatable, inconquerable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Incapable of being conquered. J. Udall, On John xvii.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. incapable of being overcome or subdued
Chelsea won the match, but the extremes of joy and sadness, hope and despair, were all wearing an Everton shirt – losers yet unvanquishable.
As the group starts leaving, she has the unvanquishable impulse to erase the chalk scores.
But Berdych will take heart: his form has been that of a contender and he is surely far more of a Goran Ivanisovic (finalist in 1992, 1994 and 1998; won it in 2001) than a Kevin Curran or a Cédric Pioline, both of whom also appeared, a little unexpectedly, on finals day opposite? albeit on wildly diverging career tangents? previous unvanquishable SW19 hall-of-famers.
Rise like lions after slumber, in unvanquishable numbers.
But he is only stunned by the unvanquishable difficulty of his existence.
The general sense was of busy activity, casual order, and unvanquishable might.
That unvanquishable fortress of enlightenment had been taken and its occupants did not yet know.
And you'll have gained an unvanquishable fortress from which to strike at Herod.
Maybe if they heard that the legend lived and had stormed the fortress unvanquishable, the spark of will might be breathed back to life.
An unvanquishable enthusiasm, intensified to perfect sobriety, couched in his savage, self-possessed eye.
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