Origin of indestructible
SYNONYMS FOR indestructible
Related formsin·de·struct·i·bil·i·ty, in·de·struct·i·ble·ness, nounin·de·struct·i·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for indestructible
I took the bus back down, feeling triumphant and indestructible.
The indestructible Gallegos had been killed, Mace was gravely wounded, and neither of them knew what had happened to Martin.
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|Christine Pelisek|April 16, 2011|DAILY BEAST
But Lee has the kind of indestructible self-confidence that means the only place she is going is up.
Lee has the kind of indestructible self-confidence that means the only place she is going is up.
Her bodily eyes stood wide open, as if gazing into the heart of horror essential—her own indestructible evil.Lilith|George MacDonald
And into the brain of all living beings will be born the perfect comprehension of their own indestructible divinity.The Crimson Tide|Robert W. Chambers
They take a beautiful polish, and a good one is indestructible.In the Ranks of the C.I.V.|Erskine Childers
The resolutions of an individual like that are as substantial and indestructible as he.Captain Macedoine's Daughter|William McFee
It is a familiar doctrine of modern science that energy, like matter, is indestructible.Coal|Raphael Meldola