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Capable of being overcome or defeated: a vincible army.

[Latin vincibilis, from vincere, to conquer; see weik- in Indo-European roots.]

vin′ci·bil′i·ty n.
vin′ci·bly adv.
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Robert Stonehill (Ford, who also exec produced) has been working to prove Pompe's vincibility in theory, if not, sans funds, in practice.
Thus, just as the growing child's awareness of his real father's human weakness incites him to look to a socially superior surrogate, Caleb's heightened understanding of Society and Falkland's vincibility reawakens in him a narcissistic longing for his original godlike parents.
But any thoughts that the Australian innings was about to crumble away as it had done on Friday had to be shelved as Hussey belied his reputation for vincibility and added 81 runs with Ricky Ponting before lunch.