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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishindestructiblein‧de‧struc‧ti‧ble /ˌɪndɪˈstrʌktəbəl◂/ adjective  STRONG OBJECTtoo strong to be destroyed her indestructible optimism Gold is virtually indestructible.see thesaurus at strongindestructibility /ˌɪndɪstrʌktəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable]
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indestructibleDiamonds are practically indestructible.Things were going well until the arrival of the Borg, a multi-armed, part-organic battleship that was virtually indestructible.Until the accident, the ship was considered indestructible.Foolish pride: I considered myself indestructible.I am beginning to think he is indestructible.There is little point putting an indestructible door in a frame that will rot in 10 years.Because if the indestructible Earnhardt can be put into an early grave, they all can.Fired clay, such as pottery and baked mud-brick or adobe, is virtually indestructible if well fired.As the story goes, Murugan was the bearer of an indestructible sword that he used to defeat evil demons.So the cosmic mind is one, though it contains infinite aspects of being within its fully integrated and indestructible unity.
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