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Definition of "unsinkable" []

  • Of a ship that cannot be sunk mainly due to fortified walls and clever engineering. (adjective)

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Use "unsinkable" in a sentence
  • "The Titanic was not called "unsinkable" - without qualificatio - until AFTER she sank, when the VP stated "I thought her unsinkable...""
  • "Today, the old Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, in which the Titanic was built, is home to a new project commemorating the so-called unsinkable ship."
  • "The Titanic, which was dubbed unsinkable before it hit an iceberg and foundered in the north Atlantic in April 1912, is at the centre of plans to rejuvenate a large part of the city's docklands."
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