They do not think they are invulnerable to criticism or that history will guarantee them success.
Not only was she invulnerable to bullets and clubs; she had apparently drunk the elixir of eternal life.
This impressive record of political consolidation, however, does not leave it invulnerable.
We take care, and thus, convince ourselves we are invulnerable.
The age of sexting is as addictive as the age of the hot pants if you believe yourself to be invulnerable.
I should say they'd give you a miss in baulk, for they must believe you invulnerable.
It's our one weakness—the one Achilles heel in a m-machine that was meant to be invulnerable.
Or was she protected by a real indifference to him—the strongest, indeed the only invulnerable armor a woman can wear?
"Oh, I don't know that you're invulnerable," she said, with a toss of her head.
I was struck by the pleasant equality which reigned among the stage company, and their broad and invulnerable good-humor.