[vin-suh-buh l]


capable of being conquered or overcome: vincible fears.

Origin of vincible

1540–50; < Latin vincibilis, equivalent to vinc(ere) to overcome + -ibilis -ible
Related formsvin·ci·bil·i·ty, vin·ci·ble·ness, noun Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for vincible

Historical Examples of vincible

  • You are a man imbued by errors, and vincible by slight temptations.

    Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist

    Charles Brockden Brown

  • The thought of herself as vulnerable and vincible to the hostile sex had come upon the girl, fire-new, with disruptive force.

    V. V.'s Eyes

    Henry Sydnor Harrison

British Dictionary definitions for vincible



rare capable of being defeated or overcome
Derived Formsvincibility or vincibleness, noun

Word Origin for vincible

C16: from Latin vincibilis, from vincere to conquer
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Word Origin and History for vincible

1540s, from Latin vincibilis, from vincere (see victor).

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