One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The quality of being too powerful to be defeated or overcome.‘he gave off an aura of invincibility’
- ‘With my new found invincibility, not even the crab droid could stop me.’
- ‘She knows now that it was supposed to be a way for her to convince herself of her own invincibility, that cocaine didn't rule her life.’
- ‘He, in effect, fell victim to the myths of his own invincibility.’
- ‘The reason for his seeming invincibility lies in the clairvoyant powers of his sorceress sidekick, Cassandra.’
- ‘He seems to have become too close to his subject, enamored of the invincibility of a guerrilla movement.’
- ‘By being off booze for a year, is there any chance that this magical invincibility might come back?’
- ‘The consummate skill of his intricate guitar-playing remains a defining feature, flitting between upbeat to downright poignant with supreme invincibility.’
- ‘History is replete with overextended conquerors, who suffered from invincibility complexes, ultimately becoming conquered themselves.’
- ‘We set the stage for the rest of our lives in this decade of invincibility.’
- ‘My sense of well being and invincibility has been totally shredded and I feel as though I'm hurtling through space with nothing to grab onto.’
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