unbreachable

unbreachable

(ʌnˈbriːtʃəbəl)
adj
(Fortifications) not able to be breached
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Blockchain is a technology that finds stability in a network format and is almost unbreachable in nature.
Calling him as a politician with "unbreachable integrity" and "best human being", Kumar said that he was fortunate to work with stalwarts like Reddy.
Summary: The Frenchman brought all his variations to Dubai only to hit an unbreachable wall named Tsitsipas
The problem with this further diversion from reality, is that while she entered the negotiations with multiple unbreachable red lines, the backstop has been the only EU red line intended to protect the peace agreement in Northern Ireland, something we should also care about.
Nearly all major banks use Swift, which deploys military-grade security and is designed to be an unbreachable system.
Their sweat work fetched them a reward too as Minamino managed to get past the unbreachable Qatar custodian Saad al Sheeb in the 69th minute.
With combined expertise in a diverse range of industries, the partnership will enable both companies to provide unbreachable hardware, firmware and software cybersecurity solutions, purpose-built for the industrial and critical infrastructure markets.
They said that Pakistan Army made defence of the country unbreachable.
NIZHNIY NOVGOROD, Russia (AFP) - The build-up to Friday's quarter-final clash between France and Uruguay has been dominated by individuals, but it may be the South Americans' almost unbreachable four-man defense which decides the result.
And of course, he has come nowhere to questioning the basis of the problem, the holding of national borders as unbreachable.
Federer, who beat Raonic en route to winning Wimbledon last year, broke the Canadian's powerful serve just once in the third game but with his own delivery proving unbreachable, it was enough for him to win the first set.
BEBs can break through quite a bit of ice; however, the ice that the 1438th was facing was unbreachable with a BEB.