Definition of undefeatable in US English:

undefeatable

adjective

  • Unable to be defeated.

    ‘France became for a long time an undefeatable force’
    • ‘Defeat your enemy by securing a safe and undefeatable position.’
    • ‘Nintendo might not be the most important company in the gaming industry any more, but when it comes to originality and pure fun they're still and will always be undefeatable.’
    • ‘As we all know, he became undefeatable, racking up seven Mr. Olympia titles before retiring.’
    • ‘My dear friend with her arthritic hips and back and knees and totally undefeatable stamina led the way, cutting back the wild hedge, weeding, pruning and generally making the place look far tidier.’
    • ‘If only they could control their bickering, they might become nearly undefeatable.’
    • ‘Either the man did not know what wars involve, or he had a tough, undefeatable faith in the essential goodness of life and the worthiness of human nature.’
    • ‘The key to victory is not so much to defeat one's enemy, instead it is to make oneself undefeatable.’
    • ‘As tough as this armor was, it was not undefeatable.’
    • ‘In 2004, he had a nearly undefeatable season winning 10 poles, seven wins and three track records in 11 races.’
    • ‘He was undefeatable in battle and had never failed to assassinate a target in his long career.’
    • ‘We read Foucault, who proposed that we were all subject to an authority so nebulous as to be undefeatable.’
    unassailable, unbeatable, unshakeable, invincible, indomitable, unconquerable, unstoppable, invulnerable
    View synonyms

Pronunciation

undefeatable

/ˌəndəˈfēdəb(ə)l/