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  • V. ἄπορος, ἀμήχανος (rare P.). obstinate: see obstinate. ⇢ Look up "invincible" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary
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  • (Xen.), V. σπᾶσθαι. hard to struggle against, adj.: V. δυσπάλαιστος; see invincible. ⇢ Look up "struggle" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus
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  • intractable: P. and V. σκληρός. savage: P. and V. ἄγριος. invincible: P. and V. δύσμαχος, ἀνίκητος; see invincible. unbridled: P. and V. ἀκόλαστος, Ar. and P. ἀκρατής;
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  • 2. in, I unconquered, unsubdued, not vanquished; hence unconquerable, invincible; constr. with ab, in and abl. or acc., ad, contra, adversum, the simple
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  • ον, (ἅπτομαι) untouchable, dreadful, not to be touched, resistless, invincible, χεῖρες Hom. (mostly in Il., as 1.567), Hes.Op.148; κῆτος ἄαπτον Opp.H
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  • unconquerable, invincible Hes. Th.489, Tyrt.11.1, Thgn.491, Pi.P.4.91, S.Ant.781, Ph.78, E.Andr. 997, etc. Adv. ἀνικήτως = invincibly, unconquerably,
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  • sources: ον, (ἀάω) in Il., A not to be injured, inviolable, infallible, invincible, νῦν μοι ὄμθσσον ἀ. Στυγὸς ὕδωρ 14.271. II in Od., ἄεθλος ἀ. ἐκτετέλεσται
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  • Rosc. Am. 14, 39: (with effrenata) libido, id. Clu. 6, 15: tarditas, invincible, that cannot be overcome or got rid of, Plin. 8, 44, 69, § 171: argentum
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  • δύσκολος, δυσχερής, Αἰσχύλ. Ἀγ. 1561. ος, ον : 1 difficile à combattre, invincible; 2 difficile (à décider). Étymologie: δυσ-, μάχομαι. (δύσμᾰχος) -ον
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  • combat; 2 non belliqueux, pacifique; II. qu’on ne peut pas combattre, invincible, imprenable, irrésistible. Étymologie: ἀ, μάχη. ᾰμᾰχος, -ον    1 unconquerable
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  • ĭnexpugnābĭlis,¹² e, 1 inexpugnable, imprenable : Liv. 2, 7, 6 2 [fig.] invincible : Cic. Tusc. 5, 41 || impénétrable : Plin. 33, 72 || qu’on ne peut arracher :
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  • càd au bouclier (de peau) résistant ; invincible, indomptable ; adv. • ταλαύρινον IL avec une force invincible. Étymologie: τάλας, ῥινός. -ον, Α 1.
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  • εὐναί E.Med.640; ἡσυχία D.H.2.76, etc. Adv. -μως, ἴσχειν Pl.Plt.307e. II invincible, A.Ag.768, Ch.55 (lyr.). III πόλεμος ἀ. a war that is no war, a hopeless
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  • rigido) stilo effoderent, Petr. 4, 3.—Hence of that which is fixed, certain, invincible: occisa est haec res, nisi reperio atrocem mi aliquam astutiam, Plaut
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  • ădămas: antis, m. (acc. Gr. adamanta, adamantas), = ἀδάμας (invincible), I adamant, the hard est iron or steel; hence poet., for any thing inflexible,
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  • inexsuperabilior saltus fuit, Liv. 36, 17, 3.— II Trop.: vis fati, unconquerable, invincible, Liv. 8, 7, 8: bonum, unsurpassable, Sen. Ep. 85.—Plur. as subst.: inexsuperabilibus
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  • Ar. and V. ἄμαχος, V. ἀπρόσμαχος; see invincible, unapproachable. of an argument: Ar. ἀκατάβλητος. unassailable by one's neighbours: P. ἄληπτος τοῖς πέλας
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  • νὰ νικήσῃ, Πλάτ. Πολ. 375Β. ος, ον : att. ἀήττητος; 1 non vaincu; 2 invincible. Étymologie: ἀ, ἡσσάομαι. -ον • Alolema(s): át. ἀήττητος, dór. ἀνήσσατος
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  • càd toi ; σῶμα ἀνικάτου θηρός SOPH le corps du monstre invincible, pour le monstre invincible, càd Cerbère ; τὰ πολλὰ σώματα SOPH c. οἱ πολλοί la plupart ;
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  • ἀκονιτί without dust, i.e. without struggle / fight (ἀκόνιτος Q. S.), i.e. invincible, because of its deadly effect. Semantically improbable. Cf. Jüthner Glotta
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