imperforable

imperforable

(ɪmˈpɜːfərəbəl)
adj
not able to be perforated
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The entire interior is formed from a dark, compact, imperforable metal, a strong and silent metal.
According to Simon, history eats us alive: "It was History which was in the process of devouring them, engulfing, alive and pell-mell, horses and riders, not to mention harnesses, saddles, weapons, even spurs, in its impassive and imperforable ostrich stomach where the digestive juices and rust would manage to reduce everything, including the sharp-toothed rowels of the spurs, to a viscous and yellowish magma.