uncrushable

uncrushable

(ʌnˈkrʌʃəbəl)
adj
1. (Textiles) not able to be creased
2. not able to be defeated or humiliated
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Translations

uncrushable

adj dressknitterfrei; cartonhart, fest; (fig) belief, spiritunerschütterlich, durch nichts kleinzukriegen (inf)
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uncrushable

[ʌnˈkrʌʃəbl] adj (material) → ingualcibile
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Simple and safe Hydraulic Relief and Clearing allows uncrushable materials to pass through the large clearing circuits safely and quickly and the fewer number of cylinders reduces maintenance costs.
At the time, I didn't question the letter or the badge, or whether I deserved them or not, because that is the beauty of childhood - almost uncrushable self-belief.
And about the unshakeable, uncrushable spirit of its inhabitants.
But their new leader will need guts, nous and an uncrushable spirit to get rid of the dead wood and dross who have, over the last 20 years or so, helped hammer her party into the ground like a tent peg.
Pink bag, PS159 @ Fossil Pink; Stripe shirt, PS45 @ Debenhams; Jacket, PS85 and trousers, PS50 @ Debenhans; Shoes, PS115 @ Ecco ..to party Pop an uncrushable sequin top in your bag for a glamorous quick change.
(An earlier, "quixotic journey" to the North Pole has ended in disaster, when the Jeannette, trapped in ice but lacking a sufficiently-reinforced hull, is "squashed like a bug between two smooth fingernails.") But the explorer's hull is uncrushable; what defeats him--what finishes off most of his companions--is the rats on board, thousands of rats, eventually, competing with human beings for the ship's food stores, multiplying rapidly, eating even the bibles, multiplying as all but three of the men die of madness, violent conflicts, malnutrition and illness, or starvation.
The spirit of the people at Oberoi is simply uncrushable. Though I won't be in Mumbai, but I will be part of the prayer service," adds Ghazal and murmurs a little prayer for the victims and survivors of the deadly siege.
Together, we faced down riot police and tear gas and beatings and bullets with nothing more than songs and the uncrushable belief that nothing good could die.