Definition of impassible in US English:

impassible

adjective

Theology
  • Incapable of suffering or feeling pain.

    ‘belief in an impassible God’
    • ‘Aquinas accepted Aristotle's view that God cannot change and is impassible.’
    • ‘And according to this He gave His body in an impassible and immortal condition to His disciples.’
    • ‘On the other hand, the bodies of the saints will be impassible, because they will lack the capability of suffering; hence impassibility in them will be a gift, but not in children.’
    • ‘So God, being that than which nothing greater can be thought, is wholly active; he is impassible.’
    • ‘Further, if the suffering of God in Christ affected God's divine nature it would mean that it was someone other than the eternal impassible Creator who was experiencing human suffering.’

Origin

Middle English: via Old French from ecclesiastical Latin impassibilis, from Latin in- ‘not’ + passibilis (see passible).

Pronunciation

impassible

/ɪmˈpæsəbəl//imˈpasəbəl/