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used in The Magic Mountain

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not in danger of being affected by something — especially a disease


relating to disease resistance
  • The answer people gave was: Life, a special immunity of living protoplasm—and acted as if they did not notice what a mystical explanation that was.
    5.7 - Research (75% in)
  • And this was how the old man was viewed, both during his lifetime and after, by his fellow citizens; and even though little Hans Castorp understood nothing about the affairs of government, the perceptions gained by his own calm, alert child's eye were much the same—unspoken and therefore uncritical perceptions, though enthusiastic for all that, which when they later became conscious memories retained their exclusively positive stamp, immune to all discussion or analysis.
    2.1 - The Baptismal Bowl / Grandfather in His Two Forms (54% in)
  • After that, a person would be immune to the effects of any climate anywhere, could stand firm against every onslaught—provided, of course, he waited for healing to take hold completely, and so forth.
    6.1 - Changes (61% in)
  • James Tienappel had mentioned all these matters during their carriage ride, of course, but the topics had fallen away, as good as dead, as if they had bounced off Hans Castorp's calm, resolute, and genuine indifference, which acted as a kind of immunity that kept anything from touching him, just as he was insensitive to the chill of the autumn evening and could reply, "We're never cold."
    6.5 - An Attack Repulsed (42% in)

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