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immune
used in Inheritance

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

or:

relating to disease resistance
  • The only creatures who appeared immune to the general lethargy were the lean, half-feral dogs that ranged through the camp, constantly sniffing as they searched for discarded scraps of food.
    23 — Thardsvergundnzmal (19% in)
  • He was not immune to the fears that had troubled him before, but they did not waken quite so easily, and he fought better because of it.
    34 — And the Walls Fell.... (36% in)
  • Dozens of soldiers lay dead on the ground, but others still ran free, some bearing wounds so horrendous that Eragon knew at once the men were immune to pain.
    36 — The Word of a Rider (55% in)
  • When she had proven immune to Rialla's insidious whisperings—and indeed finally denounced the woman for being a coward and a traitor—the figment was taken from her chamber, and Galbatorix moved on to another ploy.
    52 — And All the World a Dream (67% in)
  • The soldiers' immunity to pain meant that killing them was the only sure way to stop them, and killing them was no easy task.
    63 — The Storm Breaks (80% in)

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