undestroyable

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From un- +‎ destroyable.

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undestroyable (comparative more undestroyable, superlative most undestroyable)

  1. Not able to be destroyed; indestructible.
    • 2004, Ralph Cudworth, The True Intellectual System of the Universe Part One - Page 198:
      Wherefore, the substance of matter and body, as distinguished from the accidents, is the only thing in the world that is incorruptible and undestroyable.

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