unbreakable

[ UK /ʌnbɹˈe‍ɪkəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ənˈbɹeɪkəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. impossible to break especially under ordinary usage
    unbreakable plastic dinnerwear
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How To Use unbreakable In A Sentence

  • Unless he was mistaken, they held the two cuendillar seals, packed in wool for protection now that they were no longer unbreakable. The Fires of Heaven
  • It is the unbreakable staff of the arm, it has the powerful luster and its light even bedims the radiance of the sun.
  • My last two pairs of lenses, both Varilux Comfort, one polarized, one clear, both in unbreakable polycarbonate, with non-reflective coatings, cost US$860 from a small private optician in New England. eye glasses
  • Her hair was the jet of Deepest Space; the nails of Her fingers and toes were crimson as the Blood of Time; and Her garment: it was of the shimmering silver micromesh of Unbreakable Continuity. Psychosphere
  • The only unbreakable rule was that the man in possession of the "pato" had to ride holding it in his outstretched right hand, offering it to an opponent to grab if he was caught up. Polo and Pato
  • Only the honor of a warrior is unbreakable even by death itself.
  • So there are plastic lenses, the unbreakable scratchproof gizmos.
  • She was sharp-eyed and even sharper of tongue, but the bond of affection between them was unbreakable.
  • She has a point: let's just say she and two colleagues shocked the cryptography world last year when they exposed a weakness in a key U.S. government encryption code called SHA-1, thought to be virtually unbreakable. High-Tech Hunger
  • Sensible advice turns into creed, good habits into unbreakable laws.
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