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unassailable

adjective as strong as a fortress, commletely defensible, impenetrable, impossible to disprove, impossible to dispute, impregnable, not attackable, not caaable of being, not subject to attack, not vulnerable, strong, undeniable
See also: categorical, certain, clear, defensible, definitive, immune, inappealable, incontestable, inexpugnable, infallible, insuperable, insurmountable, invincible, irreprehensible, positive, safe, secure, tenable, unimpeachable
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Kvitova's victory has handed the Czechs an unassailable 3-0 lead over the defending champions Italy, as the world number six and former Wimbledon champion defeated Vinci 6-3, 7-5 in an hour-and-a-half match, Sport24 reported.
CRICKET: Kumar Sangakkara starred with the bat as Sri Lanka won the second oneday international against Bangladesh by 61 runs in Dhaka to take an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
Huyton Cons (A) used that result to their advantage by extending their lead at the top to a seemingly unassailable eleven points despite losing 4-3 to CTK.
The Bianconeri have an unassailable 14-point lead from chasers Napoli, who play later against Inter Milan, dpa reported.
They have what already looks to be an unassailable 442-run lead after the Tigers incredibly collapsed from 102 for one to 134 all out, which included losing their last five wickets for no runs.
GREAT BRITAIN won through to today's Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I promotion play-off after Laura Robson helped them to an unassailable 2-0 lead over Hungary in Israel.
In the Davis Cup, France eased into the last eight when they took an unassailable 3-0 lead over Israel, but Austria gave themselves an outside chance of a fightback when they won the doubles in Kazakhstan to trail 2-1.
Unassailable lead With more than 88 per cent of the votes counted, Park led with 51.
If will 2-0 termIw If South Africa win they will take an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
Murray's squad gained an unassailable lead in the clash with Portugal thanks to the success of the singles duo, ahead of a concluding doubles rubber featuring Robson and Watson.
After wins for James Ward and Andy Murray at Braehead Arena on Friday, Fleming and Hutchins were expected to finish the job, and they did just that, beating Attila Balazs and Kornel Bardoczky 6-3 6-4 6-4 to give the hosts an unassailable 3-0 lead.
While Luna Rossa soared away from the start into an unassailable lead, so it appeared that they might take the win as Leigh McMillan's The Wave, Muscat lumbered out of the blocks in eighth.