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  • adjective Incapable of being wrecked.


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un- +‎ wreckable


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  • "We wrecked the unwreckable controls, manufactured that case-hardened darkness, and talked to ourselves on an all-wave carrier with no source, about information no outsider could get?"

    Breaking Point James E. Gunn

  • The sails of light are paling on those unwreckable galleons; the mariners that steer them slip back into fable and myth; that other sea the traffic is turning now at its ebb, and is about to hide its pallid wrecks, and to come swinging back, with its tumult, at the flow.

    A Dreamer's Tales Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett Dunsany 1917


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