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insuperable
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Jane Eyre
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  • Neglect it — go on as heretofore, craving, whining, and idling — and suffer the results of your idiocy, however bad and insuperable they may be.
  • Not a hint, however, did she drop about sending me to school: still I felt an instinctive certainty that she would not long endure me under the same roof with her; for her glance, now more than ever, when turned on me, expressed an insuperable and rooted aversion.
  • Am I severed from you by insuperable obstacles?
  • I am in a condition to prove my allegation: an insuperable impediment to this marriage exists.
  • I have called it insuperable, and I speak advisedly.

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  • This objection would be insuperable if Homer had been an Ithakan.
    Homer  --  The Odyssey
  • I came to the conclusion that difficulties, well-nigh insuperable, lay between me and the safe possession of the beautiful little vessel.
    Johann Wyss  --  The Swiss Family Robinson

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