indestructibly love


from The Century Dictionary.

  • So as to be indestructible.

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  • adverb In a way or to an extent that is indestructible


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indestructible +‎ -ly


  • The two terrific and apparently indestructibly superhuman leads make an ideal pair.

    Roads Less Taken, Spirits Awakened

  • Near the dock was Chiun's and Remo's temporary home, a quiet little Conch house, built indestructibly by local craftsmen, or

    ...And Nail

  • The Piano Concerto, composed in 1868, survives unceasing exposure only to emerge perennially and indestructibly fresh.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • We are indestructibly addicted to belief in American supremacy, but only because we blind ourselves to the facts: In a single generation, we have gone from a nation of savers, inventors and producers (the generation that won World War II, conquered space, invented computers and the Internet, cured polio and reached the moon) to a nation of outsourcers, consumers and debtors who can't even change the oil in their own cars.

    Edward Humes: Belief Addiction

  • Only it was combined; and the forces were now indestructibly scrumptious.

    Fresh Watermelon Pie

  • When she thought about Holly, she wanted to collapse and die, for Holly was so indestructibly female and beautiful, while Claudia herself was a crushable, fat, short-legged little thing, sexless and loveless.

    The Position

  • Thus the believer perceives what I have called the interiority and integrity of God, the resource and solidity of divine life: what is indestructibly solid in God is this life-in-the-other.

    Addresses given to celebrate the centenary of the birth of Archbishop Michael Ramsey: I. Theology in the Face of Christ

  • It is incredible how far this inferiority goes, and how perseveringly a spark of truth will glimmer on even under the crudest covering of monstrous fable or grotesque ceremony, clinging indestructibly, like the odor of musk, to everything that has once come into contact with it.


  • She looked as though she were trained for business; awake, self-reliant, self-respecting, expecting to have to get things done, all done, yet she seemed indestructibly gentle, indestructibly good and believing, and just a bit shy.

    Our Mr. Wrenn

  • He did not look young for his years, but he was still young, always young — indestructibly young in spirit and bodily vigor.

    Mark Twain: A Biography


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