Definition of invulnerability in English:

invulnerability

noun

  • See invulnerable

    • ‘The largest domestic attack on U.S. civilians in our history, it shattered forever the sense of security and invulnerability conferred on us by our geographic separation from the rest of the world.’
    • ‘Harry Houdini is known as the world's greatest escapologist, but he fostered a reputation for invulnerability that proved to be fatal.’
    • ‘They represent authority and invulnerability.’
    • ‘He felt God-like, a deity with the power and life and death and unchallengeable invulnerability.’
    • ‘‘When I came to New York 12 years ago, it was a place of safety, invulnerability.’

Pronunciation

invulnerability

/ˌinˌvəln(ə)rəˈbilədē//ˌɪnˌvəln(ə)rəˈbɪlədi/