- not destructible; that cannot be destroyed.
Origin of indestructible
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unbreakable, permanent, enduring.
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Examples from the Web for indestructible
I took the bus back down, feeling triumphant and indestructible.The Climax of ‘Portnoy’s Complaint’
May 14, 2014
Wonder Woman has a lasso of truth, a pair of indestructible bracelets (badass, yet feminine) and an invisible airplane.Who Is Gal Gadot, the New Wonder Woman?
December 4, 2013
The indestructible Gallegos had been killed, Mace was gravely wounded, and neither of them knew what had happened to Martin.Ty Carter Awarded Medal of Honor
David Eisler, Jake Tapper
August 31, 2013
At just 4-feet-11-inches tall and weighing barely 100 pounds, "She thought she was indestructible."Long Island Serial Killer: A Victim's Roommate Speaks
April 16, 2011
But Lee has the kind of indestructible self-confidence that means the only place she is going is up.New York's Next First Lady?
April 21, 2010
Life seems the strongest and most indestructible thing in the world.Alexander's Bridge and The Barrel Organ
Willa Cather and Alfred Noyes
Seeing then that the immortal is indestructible, must not the soul, if she is immortal, be also imperishable?Phaedo
Familiarity may temper, but inborn human superstition is indestructible.The Golden Woman
They appeared to him rational and indestructible at that moment.Under Western Eyes
But you have at your service the everlasting charm of life; you are a part of the indestructible.The Arrow of Gold
- incapable of being destroyed; very durable
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Word Origin and History for indestructible
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