Incapable of being overcome or defeated; unconquerable.(adjective)
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Use "invincible" in a sentence
""That invincible Samson far renowned" we should lay the stress on the first syllable of _invincible_."
"Caleb, observing what stress they laid upon the difficulty of conquering Hebron, a city garrisoned by the giants, and how thence they inferred that the conquest of the whole land was utterly impracticable, in opposition to their suggestions, and to convince the people that he spoke as he thought, bravely desired to have that city which they called invincible assigned to himself for his own portion: "I will undertake to deal with that, and, if I cannot get it for my inheritance, I will be without.""
"'I would like to see them come against my lads, I'll show them what the word invincible truly means."