Definition of invincibly in US English:

invincibly

adverb

  • See invincible

    • ‘When their majorities were invincibly large, they will wonder, did they merely tinker at the edges of public service reform?’
    • ‘The cliché is invincibly true: Deeds speak louder than words.’
    • ‘The other Allies would have to take over their Berlin sectors in due course, but Stalin wanted to be massively and invincibly in possession of the city before the Americans and the British could get there.’
    • ‘Passionate, energetic and invincibly cheerful: the qualities of his final book are also a monument to the man himself.’
    • ‘Graham, with his cigar, his coppery skin, his wavy white hair, and his invincibly artistic air was like the director.’

Pronunciation

invincibly

/ɪnˈvɪnsəbli//inˈvinsəblē/