unwoundable

unwoundable

(ʌnˈwuːndəbəl)
adj
incapable of being wounded, injured, or harmed
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And if he does not want to know about pain, it is because he is fascinated by a certain vision of the chivalric body as unwoundable, as omnipotent.
While Perceval perceives the knights he meets to be unwoundable, the mother proclaims the inevitability of their deaths in order to dissuade him from following their example.
18) For Perceval, resistance situates itself within the story of his family's history, which portrays a knightly vulnerability and Perceval's own conception of the knight as unwoundable.