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From un- +‎ vanquishable.


unvanquishable (comparative more unvanquishable, superlative most unvanquishable)

  1. That cannot be vanquished; undefeatable, inconquerable.
    Antonym: vanquishable
    • 1662, Thomas Stanley, The History of the Chaldaick Philosophy, Thomas Dring, page 52:
      [...] if a man shall give his mind to these [i.e. stones, and herbs, and charms], he shall not only render his soul unvanquishable by passions, but shall also preserve his body the better in health: [etc.]
    • 1819 (date written), Percy Bysshe Shelley, The Masque of Anarchy. A Poem. [], London: Edward Moxon [], published 1832, →OCLC:
      Rise like Lions after slumber / In unvanquishable number