Not crushable; that cannot be crushed. (adjective)
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Use "uncrushable" in a sentence
"Once upon a time, yes, there was a philosopher and poet who, when he said "France", brought to mind a people of the Communards, the Dreyfusards, the Maquisards whose uncrushable grandeur another of our friends, Pierre Goldman, whose biography he would write, evoked."
"Many crime fiction novels are allegories of human nature (eg The Sinner by Petra Hammelsfahr - a very dark journey into one woman's troubled psyche and repressed memories), and in other ways they provide us with inspiration to continue with our sometimes grey, routine lives (eg Coroner's Lunch by Colin Cotterill, a lovely example of the uncrushable human spirit in the awful privations and brainwashing of 1970s Laos - very funny indeed, to boot)."
"One reason is that these programs typically crush and bale material for easy transport, and stainless steel bottles are generally uncrushable."