It was consensus, the impermeable devotion to an article of faith.
The daily hardships demand an impermeable skin for survival.
"I don't know that I would call him impermeable, but he just about is," Ryggs says.
Polish typically interferes with the procedure by creating an impermeable barrier on the nail bed.
This softens the rubber and becomes, after volatilization of the Ammonia, hard and impermeable to gases and fluids.
He was so gross, so impermeable to all the subtler issues of being.
The method pursued in such cases is sometimes that of a ditch dug to the impermeable layer, sometimes that of a drain.
You could not culturalize the impermeable texture of their vulgarity.
Thus I am forced to endorse—endosser—my impermeable vestments and to protect myself the head by my south-western hat.
It is because faith has this origin that it is, in a sense, "impermeable to experience."
impermeable im·per·me·a·ble (ĭm-pûr'mē-ə-bəl)
Impossible to permeate; not permitting passage.