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invincible
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • A man’s voice suddenly began singing in a sugary falsetto, accompanying himself on the guitar: With invincible force I am bound to my dear.
  • In bread there was offered Thee an invincible banner; give bread, and man will worship thee, for nothing is more certain than bread.
  • Almost from the first minute at Mokroe he saw that his invincible rival was perhaps by no means so invincible, that the toast to their new-found happiness was not desired and would not be acceptable.
  • Almost from the first minute at Mokroe he saw that his invincible rival was perhaps by no means so invincible, that the toast to their new-found happiness was not desired and would not be acceptable.

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  • an invincible army
  • her invincible spirit

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