Origin of invincible
Synonyms for invincible
Antonyms for invincible
Examples from the Web for invincibly
Contemporary Examples of invincibly
Put aside an invincibly ignorant Rick Perry or the antediluvian Ron Paul, who would abolish the Fed altogether.Can Ben Bernanke, Like John Roberts, Ignore Political Pressure and Do His Job?
July 17, 2012
Historical Examples of invincibly
Their thought is, 'Forward, invincibly forward, for our country!'
He was invincibly convinced of the practicability of his schemes.Under the Waves
R M Ballantyne
Anne could not but see that she was invincibly convinced of Janet's guilt.Moth and Rust
Some power, tangible yet invincibly compelling, drew them together.The Gambler
Katherine Cecil Thurston
One of them is the most invincibly impudent, and the other as incorrigibly absurd.The Tatler, Volume 3
Word Origin for invincible
early 15c., from Middle French invincible (14c.) or directly from Latin invincibilis "unconquerable," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + vincibilis "conquerable," from vincere "to overcome" (see victor). Related: Invincibly. Noun meaning "one who is invincible" is from 1630s. Invincible ignorance is from Church Latin ignorantia invincibilis (Aquinas). Related: Invincibly.