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Date: 1400-1500
Language: French
Origin: Late Latin invincibilis, from Latin vincere 'to defeat'

invincible

adjective
     
in‧vin‧ci‧ble
1 too strong to be destroyed or defeated:
an invincible army
Young athletes think of themselves as invincible.
2 an invincible belief, attitude etc is extremely strong and cannot be changed
invincibility noun [uncountable]

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