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impervious
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Catch-22
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  • Colonel Cathcart was impervious to absolutes.
  • He had just opened with one of his most trusted paradoxes, and he was positively alarmed that not the slightest flicker of acknowledgment had moved across that impervious face, which began to remind him suddenly, in hue and texture, of an unused soap eraser.

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  • She has made up her mind and is impervious to criticism.
  • a material impervious to water

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