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The Count of Monte Cristo
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impregnable -- as in: the fort was impregnable
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Perhaps this would not have been so had it been possible to get rid of M. de Villefort; but, like the feudal barons who rebelled against their sovereign, he dwelt in an impregnable fortress.
  • He spoke Italian like a Tuscan, and Spanish like a Castilian; he would have been free, and happy with Mercedes and his father, whereas he was now confined in the Chateau d’If, that impregnable fortress, ignorant of the future destiny of his father and Mercedes; and all this because he had trusted to Villefort’s promise.

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  • an impregnable fortress
  • an impregnable argument

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