Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an invincible manner; unconquerably; insuperably.

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  • adverb In an invincible manner; unconquerably; insuperably.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb in an invincible manner

Etymologies

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invincible +‎ -ly

Examples

  • And he set himself then and there to smile invincibly, meaning to keep on smiling for fifty years at least -- the blind live long.

    The Martian

  • What an ironic twist of fate, then, that he becomes teacher to a class containing his precise opposite, the invincibly positive-minded Fuura Kafuka. (from: ANN)

    Anime Preview: Spring 2010 « Undercover

  • What an ironic twist of fate, then, that he becomes teacher to a class containing his precise opposite, the invincibly positive-minded Fuura Kafuka. (from: ANN)

    Anime Preview: Summer 2009 « Undercover

  • I am not arrogant or stupid enough to think I am invincibly right.

    Michael Billington on 13 and The Faith Machine

  • JERUSALEM — In a shocking move that instantly shook up Israel's political scene, Defense Minister Ehud Barak defected from his Labor Party Monday, leaving in shambles the iconic movement that founded the country and ruled it invincibly for decades.

    Israel Defense Minister Quits Labor Party

  • What an ironic twist of fate, then, that he becomes teacher to a class containing his precise opposite, the invincibly positive-minded Fuura Kafuka. (from: ANN)

    Anime Preview: Spring 2010 First Impressions « Undercover

  • The writer places us at the very inception of infringement, first, a relatively minor one calmly enacted and because by himself forgiven, probably to be followed by greater and worse, preying calmly and invincibly upon the close and trusting.

    ENOUGH FOR EVERYONE • by Bill Gaythwaite

  • We are becoming invincibly ignorant and I fear there is nothing to be done.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • Taking them to France, the trio lived together until Sidney dropped Lucretia, his spare, for being either "invincibly stupid, or impossibly stubborn".

    Author unveils the story of real Prof Higgins and Eliza Doolittle

  • It was invincibly cheerful, a toyland of white and pastel houses whose bright, uncurtained windows winked blandly through a dappling of green and yellow leaves … A man running down these streets in desperate grief was indecently out of place.

    Suburbs of Our Discontent

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