adjective in·fract·ible \-təbəl\

Definition of infractible

  1. :  inviolable a thorough and infractible eight hours devoted to his work in Wall Street — Scott Fitzgerald

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Origin and Etymology of infractible

Late Latin infractus unbroken (from Latin in- 1in- + fractus, past participle of frangere to break) + English -ible — more at break

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a trip made at another's expense

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