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invincible (adj) unconquerable; (of belief, etc.,) unchangeable.
An invincible team is too difficult to be defeated. Alexander the Great in his hey day was invincible; that is, none could defeat him in war. 'It is no longer the invincible team it was.' This means that the team was unbeatable, but it is no longer so now. Caesar the invincible means Caesar the unconquerable. An invincible belief is too strong a belief to be changed. 'He worked with invincible determination to be the top in his profession.' This means that he worked with an extremely strong determination to be the top in his profession.
- Hitler remained invincible until the D Day, that is, June 6, 1944. Till then he had never known defeat. Since then he lost battle after battle to the Allies.
- His invincible confidence in his abilities made him disregard all sound advice. Even while he was making mistakes, he did not lose that misplaced confidence.