Examples of impenetrable in a Sentence
The fort's defenses were thought to be impenetrable.
the ancient temple was surrounded by vast stretches of impenetrable jungle
Recent Examples of impenetrable from the Web
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Pruitt gave that impenetrable response to a question about the story.
By co-opting the Italian family structure, the Ndrangheta created an organization that remains nearly impenetrable to law enforcement authorities worldwide.
The layer of cheese shouldn’t be thick and impenetrable, and the sauce should be peeking through the cheese.
And for all his unusual accessibility to the press and through them the public, a part of him remains impenetrable.
The snakes are so difficult to detect, and marshes so impenetrable, that even determining their numbers remains difficult, said Kristin Sommers, the state's exotic species coordinator.
The superhero series Luke Cage, starring Mike Colter as a Marvel hero with impenetrable skin, debuts its second season on June 22.
Until now, North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs have been shrouded in nearly impenetrable secrecy, explaining U.S. analysts’ shocked reactions to Pyongyang’s leaps in long-range missile technology over the past two years.
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IMPENETRABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of impenetrable for English Language Learners
: impossible to pass or see through
: impossible to understand
IMPENETRABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of impenetrable for Students
- impenetrable walls
- impenetrable darkness
- an impenetrable mystery
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