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in·vin·ci·ble

 (ĭn-vĭn′sə-bəl)
adj.
Incapable of being overcome or defeated; unconquerable.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin invincibilis : in-, not; see in-1 + vincibilis, conquerable; see vincible.]

in·vin′ci·bil′i·ty, in·vin′ci·ble·ness n.
in·vin′ci·bly adv.
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Adv.1.invincibly - in an invincible manner; "invincibly, the troops moved forward"
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Translations
بصورة لا تُقْهَر
nepřekonatelně
gyõzhetetlenüllegyõzhetetlenül
óyfirstíganlega
neporaziteľne
yenilmez bir şekilde

invincibly

adv invincibly strongunbesiegbar; he is invincibly placeder hat eine unschlagbare Position
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invincible

(inˈvinsəbl) adjective
that cannot be overcome or defeated. That general thinks that his army is invincible.
inˈvincibly adverb
inˌvinciˈbility noun
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References in classic literature ?
According to his conviction, she was some creature of the cardinal, and yet he felt himself invincibly drawn toward her by one of those sentiments for which we cannot account.
With every reason to be in better spirits than usual, I am unaccountably, irrationally, invincibly depressed.
Stand still in bright array ye Saints, here stand Ye Angels arm'd, this day from Battel rest; Faithful hath been your Warfare, and of God Accepted, fearless in his righteous Cause, And as ye have receivd, so have ye don Invincibly; but of this cursed crew The punishment to other hand belongs, Vengeance is his, or whose he sole appoints; Number to this dayes work is not ordain'd Nor multitude, stand onely and behold Gods indignation on these Godless pourd By mee; not you but mee they have despis'd, Yet envied; against mee is all thir rage, Because the Father, t' whom in Heav'n supream Kingdom and Power and Glorie appertains, Hath honourd me according to his will.
They cannot come at their ends by sending to Congress a learned, acute, and fluent speaker, if he be not one who, before he was appointed by the people to represent them, was appointed by Almighty God to stand for a fact,-- invincibly persuaded of that fact in himself,--so that the most confident and the most violent persons learn that here is resistance on which both impudence and terror are wasted, namely faith in a fact.
Slowly, broadly, invincibly, there grew upon Bert's mind realisation of the immense tragedy of humanity into which his life was flowing; the appalling and universal nature of the epoch that had arrived; the conception of an end to security and order and habit.
She seemed to grope for difficult light through invincibly thick blinds.
In this enduringly popular drama -- set in 1912, at the height of Britain's imperial pomp and power -- a police inspector turns up at the door of a wealthy manufacturing family, to investigate their role in the death of a young woman who has killed herself; and we might particularly want to consider the role of Mrs Birling, the invincibly snobbish and narrow-minded lady of the house, who -- in her capacity as the dominant member of some charitable welfare board -- has turned down the last desperate request for poor relief that might have saved the life not only of the young woman, who turns out to have been the mistress of Mrs Birling's feckless son, but of her own unborn grandchild.
Coutheillas sculpted a relief, portraying a deeply pensive and 'invincibly energetic' Captain Mauries, donning his military medals and surrounded by laurels (De Gondi 1903).
In the much-acclaimed Hollywood movie Million Dollar Baby, protagonist Maggie Fitzgerald (played by Hilary Swank) faces several jibes and unsolicited remarks - her own coach addresses her as 'girlie' and fellow male boxers question her femininity - as she invincibly pursues her boxing dream.
In doing so, the man subjects himself to charges of perjury and multiple murder, on top of the clear and ever present danger of being killed himself by operatives hunting him down in the dead of night, cloaked invincibly by state power.
Readers of the long and warm obituary in the Jewish Chronicle on 29 April 1881 were assured, "The fact is recognised on all sides: the Jews may claim Lord Beaconsfield as one of their representative men." In his presidential lecture for the Jewish Historical Society of England in 1904, Lucien Wolf managed both to demolish the myth of Disraeli's origins and claim him for the Jews as an example of patriotism and public service: "In Lord Beaconsfield some of the best blood in Jewrythe blood of men and women inured to hardship, a thirst for freedom, and invincibly attached to high idealswas touched by the sympathetic genius of British traditions and forthwith produced a great Englishman."
He felt the sweet wine in his stomach, the warm air made invincibly calm around him.