unconquerable


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un·con·quer·a·ble

 (ŭn-kŏng′kər-ə-bəl)
adj.
Impossible to overcome or defeat: unconquerable obstacles to success; an unconquerable faith.

un·con′quer·a·bly adv.

unconquerable

(ʌnˈkɒŋkərəbəl)
adj
1. not able to be overcome or surmounted
2. not able to gain possession or control of
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unconquerable - not capable of being conquered or vanquished or overcomeunconquerable - not capable of being conquered or vanquished or overcome; "a tribute to his courage...and his unconquerable will"- R.E.Danielson; "faced unconquerable difficulties"
insurmountable, unsurmountable - not capable of being surmounted or overcome; "insurmountable disadvantages"
invulnerable - immune to attack; impregnable; "gunners raked the beach from invulnerable positions on the cliffs"
conquerable - subject to being conquered or overcome; "knew her fears were ultimately conquerable"
2.unconquerable - incapable of being surmounted or excelledunconquerable - incapable of being surmounted or excelled; "insuperable odds"; "insuperable heroes"
insurmountable, unsurmountable - not capable of being surmounted or overcome; "insurmountable disadvantages"

unconquerable

adjective invincible, unbeatable, indomitable, enduring, irresistible, irrepressible, insurmountable, unyielding, undefeatable a celebration of art, beauty and the unconquerable human spirit

unconquerable

adjective
Incapable of being conquered, overrun, or subjugated:
Translations

unconquerable

[ʌnˈkɒŋkərəbl] ADJinconquistable, invencible

unconquerable

adj armyunbesiegbar; peakunbezwinglich, unerreichbar; spiritunbezwinglich, unbezwingbar; courageunbezähmbar
References in classic literature ?
It has been thus, indeed, for four generations, since he who held Groan-Maker has always been unconquerable.
His father was a High Chief, a King; his uncle a High Priest; and on the maternal side he boasted aunts who were the wives of unconquerable warriors.
And this example proves it, for the kingdom of France would be unconquerable if the ordinance of Charles had been enlarged or maintained.
When about to make the land, the spirit of the ship's commander is tormented by an unconquerable restlessness.
Singer had given up his nibs too, but he had kept back a very large one, called a Jumbo, which was almost unconquerable, and he could not resist the opportunity of getting Philip's Js out of him.
Gnarled and crooked and with flexible hardness shall it then stand by the sea, a living lighthouse of unconquerable life.
As I pressed her dear lips to mine the old feeling of unconquerable power and authority rose in me.
And from this consciousness that they had attempted to conquer an unconquerable thing there seemed to arise a feeling that they had been betrayed.
There he has lived ever since, growing older and sinking lower, often near fortune but always missing it, a slave to bad habits, weak and dissolute if you like, but ever keeping up his voluntary sacrifice, ever with that unconquerable longing for one last glimpse of his own country and his own people.
Have you never observed how invincible and unconquerable is spirit and how the presence of it makes the soul of any creature to be absolutely fearless and indomitable?
These two nations are very numerous, fierce, and unconquerable, inhabiting a country full of mountains, which are covered with woods, and hollowed by nature into vast caverns, many of which are capable of containing several numerous families, and hundreds of cows.
Where the temperament is serene though the intellect be sluggish, an unconquerable dullness opposes every effort to instruct.