unbreachable

unbreachable

(ʌnˈbriːtʃəbəl)
adj
(Fortifications) not able to be breached
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10) This latter division is unbreachable in Verne and knowledge of the Nautilus is not disseminated by Aronnax.
At Old Trafford, United are proving unbreachable - they've kept clean sheets in their last seven home league and European games and whichever combination Mourinho perms at the back should be more than good enough to repel Benfica's occasional raids.
This was their third consecutive win at Northampton's traditionally unbreachable fortress, and fifth on the bounce against the Saints at all venues.
Today, a similar mood pervades Moscow, with President Vladimir Putin's regime appearing stable, even unbreachable.
Indeed, they must erect an unbreachable firewall between policymaking and the industry at the national and international levels.
Anne joked that we should sell Mam's boiled cake to the Ministry of Defence, as a new, unbreachable, form of armour plating, ideal in the construction of tanks.
Wasps tackled, tackled again, then tackled some more, and in a triumph of spirit over logic the club whose defence has on occasions been beyond flaky, suddenly discovered an unbreachable inner spirit.
One would hope that information professionals would find ways to make sure that private sector support does not impose unbreachable barriers to circulation of information.
However, the regulatory gap may be ultimately unbreachable.
With unbreachable encryption under the control of the techno-giants, we not only lose our right to prosecute terrorists but also to prosecute global corporate misdeeds as well.
The defence was unbreachable, the holding midfielders were tireless, there was plenty of creativity and goals in the advanced midfield positions and Kike Garcia gave a masterclass in how to operate as a No 9.
Ascending Chinese and Roman empires accelerated the growth of trade networks across previously unbreachable deserts and oceans.