undiminishable

undiminishable

(ˌʌnˈdɪmɪnɪʃəbəl)
adj
unable to be diminished
References in classic literature ?
The purest literary talent appears at one time great, at another time small, but character is of a stellar and undiminishable greatness.
undiminishable church echo the repetition of the rows of baleen
And Jones likes her role as Insel's steak, noting: "I did not find it extraordinary that my condition as an undiminishable steak should make me feel almost sublime, or that the man intensely leaning toward me should pray to it.
This implicates Article III of the Constitution, which requires that the judicial power of the United States be vested in courts staffed by judges with life tenure and undiminishable compensation.
This difficult balance is maintained only as one remains virgin, cognizant of oneself as valuable, unique, and undiminishable at core.