Examples of indestructible in a Sentence
diamonds are widely considered to be indestructible because they are one of the hardest known substances
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Origin and Etymology of indestructible
probably from Late Latin indestructibilis, from Latin in- + destructus, past participle of destruere to tear down — more at destroy
First Known Use: 1667
INDESTRUCTIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of indestructible for English Language Learners
: impossible to break or destroy
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Definition of indestructible for Students
: impossible to destroy an indestructible toy
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