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invulnerability

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality or state of being invulnerable.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Quality or state of being invulnerable.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The state of being invulnerable.

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

  • noun the property of being invulnerable; the property of being incapable of being hurt (physically or emotionally)
  • noun having the strength to withstand attack

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Examples

  • Chicago's invulnerability is bad, genuine genuine bad as well as their offense isnt all that great either.

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  • Chicago's invulnerability is bad, genuine genuine bad as well as their offense isnt all that great either.

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  • I think that Bush's invulnerability is starting to fall apart.

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  • Perhaps the idea of our invulnerability was a good thing to get us through what appeared to be the end of days.

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  • Perhaps the idea of our invulnerability was a good thing to get us through what appeared to be the end of days.

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  • We may conjecture that in both places the notion of invulnerability is suggested by the position of the plant, which, occupying a place of comparative security above the ground, appears to promise to its fortunate possessor a similar security from some of the ills that beset the life of man on earth.

    The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion

  • We may conjecture that in both places the notion of invulnerability is suggested by the position of the plant, which, occupying a place of comparative security above the ground, appears to promise to its fortunate possessor a similar security from some of the ills that beset the life of man on earth.

    Chapter 65. Balder and the Mistletoe

  • We may conjecture that in both places the notion of invulnerability is suggested by the position of the plant, which, occupying a place of comparative security above the ground, appears to promise to its fortunate possessor a similar security from some of the ills that beset the life of man on earth.

    The Golden Bough

  • Let even Clarendel have a care of himself! or, when least he suspects any danger, some fair dairymaid will praise his horsemanship, or take a fancy to his favourite spaniel, or any other favourite that happens to be the foible of the day, and his invulnerability will be at her feet, and Lady Clarendel be brought forward in a fortnight. '

    Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth

  • We may conjecture that in both places the notion of invulnerability is suggested by the position of the plant, which, occupying a place of comparative security above the ground, appears to promise to its fortunate possessor a similar security from some of the ills that beset the life of man on earth.

    The Golden Bough : a study of magic and religion

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