indestructible : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in duh struhk ti buhl

  • a  not easily destroyed
  • s  very long lasting

  • One thought him indestructible .
  • Through his camera's quiet and unblinking eye, the nation became aware of Jack Kennedy's profile, his indestructible mat of hair, his smile and the winsome and soft beauty of Jackie.
  • The Rubik's Cube certainly makes a good austerity toy: it can take years to solve and it's virtually indestructible apart from the easily removed colored stickers.
News & Articles


  • Gordon Brown in Forbes
    America has shown by the resilience and bravery of its people from Sept. 11 that while buildings can be destroyed, values are indestructible,Brown said. "And we should acknowledge the debt the world owes to the United States for its...
  • Lucy Baxley in FOXNews
    I thought I was indestructible,Baxley said. "I'd always gone at a full pace, pushing myself beyond what I should have. Maybe this was God's way of saying, 'Lucy, you better stop and smell the roses.'"
  • Pat Riley in International Herald Tribune
    You know who Shaq is,Riley said. "He's an affable guy. He was Superman. I mean, he was indestructible, unstoppable, all those things. But as he gets a little bit older and things slow down, he still can be very effective."

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