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- adjective Not
hurtable; that cannot be hurt.
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If he sealed himself and Goth in with the pattern, they might be unreachable and unhurtable.
The animals are quite as large as ordinary horses, are lithe, active, and literally unhurtable.
It may result from constitutional make-up, or from long -- continued training or habituation, or from religious ecstasy, or from a perfectly calm sense of spiritual selfhood which is unhurtable, or from the action of very exalted reason.
In some little way I’m worried about what I’m getting Brad and Dell into though, because at first it’s innocent, unhurtable inquisitiveness then . . .