Vincible

Vin'ci·ble adjective [ Latin vincibilis , from vincere to vanquish, conquer: confer French vincible . See Victor .] Capable of being overcome or subdued; conquerable. 'He, not vincible in spirit . . . drew his sword.' Hayward. ' Vincible by human aid.'
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vincible

Capable of being overcome or subdued; conquerable. 'He, not vincible in spirit . . . Drew his sword.' . 'Vincible by human aid.' . Vincible ignorance, ignorance within the individual's control and for which, therefore, he is responsible before God. ... Origin: L. Vincibilis, fr. Vincere to vanquish, conquer: cf. F. Vincible. See Victor. ... Source:
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Vincible

• (a.) Capable of being overcome or subdued; conquerable.
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vincible

vincible Capable of being overcome, conquered, or defeated.
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