(click/touch triangles for details)
- It sounded so warlike, so vengeful, so invincible.Chapter 4.41 (**% in)
- As we rolled in urine and vomit, in that hideous, stinking baptism, we rolled together as a class for the first time, as though controlled by a single, invincible will, and on that night, they could not hurt us, could not touch us, could not even approach us in the ecstasy and amplitude of our solidarity.Chapter 2.17 (95% in)
There are no more uses of "invincible" in The Lords of Discipline.
Typical Usage (best examples)