invulnerable

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From Middle French invulnérable, from Latin invulnerābilis, from vulnerābilis, from vulnerō ‎(I wound), from vulnus ‎(wound).

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invulnerable ‎(not comparable)

  1. Incapable of being wounded, or of receiving injury; not vulnerable.
  2. Unanswerable; irrefutable; unable to be damaged by an attack or convinced; as, an invulnerable argument.

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Adjective[edit]

invulnerable m, f ‎(plural invulnerables)

  1. invulnerable

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