invincibly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an invincible manner
invincibly, the troops moved forward
- Before the Second Vatican Council, that meant salvation was limited to Roman Catholics, but even the anti-liberal Pope Pius IX offered hope to "invincibly ignorant" outsiders.
- Non-Catholic Christians, they say, if "invincibly ignorant" that Catholicism is the only way to salvation, can save themselves by leading good lives; for this makes them, whether .
- He was also "invincibly cheerful.
News & Articles
- The Armstrong Lie: The World's Greatest Fights His Way to the Bottom
There once was a man who won the world's toughest athletic contest seven times in a row, and also beat cancer, and presided invincibly over a vast empire of splashy fundraiser bracelets. He had some help from drugs, which means there's a story here about the human condition as a function of pharm...
Nov. 13, 2013 - SF Weekly