The strong, invulnerable Jennifer cried at school for the third time.
Masten also pointed out that even the most basic of human adaptational systems are not invulnerable and require nurturance.
But they are not invulnerable on the field of play, as their European campaigns are about to demonstrate.
The fleet rendered Britain invulnerable to direct attack, while its wealth allowed it to intervene on the continent even though Britain did not possess a large army.
He who teaches the divine knowledge is invulnerable .
In fact, this is only true if, by election of an MP, he or she is made invulnerable to their party's later decision to dismiss them.
A force that believes it is invulnerable might dismiss or underestimate an opponent's strength, will or commitment.
He refers to the absence of reliable foresight and explains ‘why companies seem invulnerable one minute and aimless the next.’
Because they are so high off the ground, their drivers feel invulnerable and show no fear.
I mean, not everyone wakes up one morning to find themselves invulnerable to physical harm and super strong.