Definition of Impregnability

1. Noun. Having the strength to withstand attack.

Exact synonyms: Invulnerability
Generic synonyms: Safety
Derivative terms: Impregnable



Definition of Impregnability

1. n. The quality or state of being impregnable; invincibility.

Definition of Impregnability

1. Noun. The quality or state of being impregnable; invincibility. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Impregnability

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Literary usage of Impregnability

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1. Elements of American Jurisprudence by William Callyhan Robinson (1900)
"Of the impregnability of Vested Rights of Property. A second rule is that no repeal or change of laws can defeat a vested property right. ..."

2. Fifteen Years Among the Top-knots, Or, Life in Korea by Lillias Horton Underwood (1908)
"... impregnability— Picturesque Surroundings of Seoul—Pioneer Work—Progress of Work—The Queen's Wedding Gift—Our Wedding —Opposition to my Going to the ..."

3. Brain Abscess: Its Surgical Pathology and Operative Technic by Wells Phillips Eagleton (1922)
"... some such quality, especially since its normal content is a sugar-reacting substance. impregnability TO INFECTION OF CEREBRO-SPINAL FLUID ..."

4. The Land of Gilead: With Excursions in the Lebanon by Laurence Oliphant (1881)
"... impregnability and Strategical Importance— We lose our Way—Ascent of Tel el Faria—Magnificent View—Fik, the Ancient Aphek and Hippos—The Coming of ..."

5. Ukase: We Command All Nations to Keep the Peace. Dr. J.H. McLean's Peace by James Henry McLean, Myron Coloney (1880)
"... the subject of fortifications, as constructed both in this country and Europe, concludes that if any government really desires impregnability, ..."

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