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  • adj. Not dentable; impossible to dent.


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un- +‎ dentable


  • What they have instead is a set of glorious inanities, an ignorance or contempt for the culture that nourished them and an utterly undentable belief in their own personal rights.

    St. Paul's Occupied Cathedral

  • For a while Mrs Gosch found this eminently refusable, but Poldek's powers of perseverance and undentable charm wore her down.

    The story of Oskar Schindler

  • But Mrs. De Peyster liked no fiction; and the noble platitudes, the resounding moralizings, the prodigious melodrama, the vast caverns of words of the queen's favorite made Mrs. De Peyster writhe upon her second maid's undentable bed.

    No. 13 Washington Square

  • Designed in 1849 as robust, undentable headgear for gamekeepers, this was the hat of the working class or the dispossessed: navvies, Wild West pioneers, Chaplin's tramp.

    Evening Standard - Home


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