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  • adjective Not hurtable; that cannot be hurt.


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un- +‎ hurtable


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  • If he sealed himself and Goth in with the pattern, they might be unreachable and unhurtable.

    The Wizard Of Karres Lackey, Mercedes 2004

  • The animals are quite as large as ordinary horses, are lithe, active, and literally unhurtable.

    Spanish Life in Town and Country L. Higgin

  • It may result from constitutional make-up, or from long -- continued training or habituation, or from religious ecstasy, or from a perfectly calm sense of spiritual selfhood which is unhurtable, or from the action of very exalted reason.

    Mastery of Self for Wealth Power Success 1884

  • In some little way I’m worried about what I’m getting Brad and Dell into though, because at first it’s innocent, unhurtable inquisitiveness then . . .

    Jay's Journal Dr. Beatrice Sparks 2010


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