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Word: unassailable

Definition: not open to attack; impregnable; not subject to question


Sentences Containing 'unassailable'

A Manchester City win would guarantee the title due to a realistically unassailable superior goal difference.
Following his recent uneconomical run in ODIs, he was not given a game in the seven-match series against England in November until India had taken an unassailable 4–0 series lead.
For the sake of this that men deem liberty, some hang themselves, others cast themselves down from the rock; aye, time has been when whole cities came utterly to an end: while for the sake of Freedom that is true, and sure, and unassailable, dost thou grudge to God what He gave, when He claims it?
Having taken an unassailable 3–1 lead, India rested Pathan for the final match.
His lead in the mountains classification quickly became unassailable, and he won the jersey in Milan.
How at such an apparently unassailable surface, they contrive to gouge out such symmetrical mouthfuls, remains a part of the universal problem of all things.
India then took an unassailable 4–0 lead by winning the fourth match, in which Pathan took 1/27 before scoring 46 in the run-chase.
Mr. Dickens's position was unassailable, possibly; the people's position was certainly unassailable.
Seven top-fives in eight races, including three wins left Baguette with an unassailable 34-point championship lead with a round to go.
Spain raced to a double-digit lead early in the first quarter, en route to an unassailable 52–29 lead at halftime.
That this combination of preacher and gray mare should breed calamity, seems strange, and at first glance unbelievable; but the fact is fortified by so much unassailable proof that to doubt is to dishonor reason.

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