from The Century Dictionary.
- Not divertible; incapable of being turned aside or out of a course.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective rare Not to be diverted or turned aside.
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- adjective Not to be
divertedor turned aside.
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"Wha gae ye leave, sir?" persisted Phemy showing herself the indivertible guardian of his morals as well as of his freedom.
Then an indivertible peril came upon the barbarians, for thereafter the Romans broke the barbarians’ barricade.
"fast-running nation" which is "indivertible in aim," and incredulous of the existence of the unattainable.