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Could you have seen those mighty muscles knotting under the brown skin--could you have seen them force back those awful fangs--you too would have thought him invincible.
With his hair in disorder and matted on his forehead, his dress torn and covered with dust and plaster, his linen in shreds, the king never rested until his strength was utterly exhausted, and it was not until then that he clearly understood the pitiless thickness of the walls, the impenetrable nature of the cement, invincible to every influence but that of time, and that he possessed no other weapon but despair.
Prussia has always declared that Buonaparte is invincible, and that all Europe is powerless before him.
But on this day some invincible fascination nailed her to her place.
I'm the Lord High General of the Invincible Army of the Nomes, and my name is Guph," was the reply.
The two years that had elapsed since Tarzan had come out of the savage forest with his rescued mate had witnessed slight diminution of the mighty powers that had made him the invincible lord of the jungle.
A coward always," he murmured to himself, a little wearily, for he knew where his weakness lay,--an invincible repugnance to the ugly things of life.
Behold," said the Old Man, "the advantage of unity; as long as these sticks are in alliance they are invincible, but observe how feeble they are individually.
If these plates are adopted in the Royal Navy our warships will be invulnerable, and therefore invincible.
to the Mamoosh of the Invincible Army, "how many unconquerable
Fear nothing, madam," he said, looking as if he could have annihilated the whole German force with his own invincible arm.
It was an important sum, therefore, which the captain risked in his invincible obstinacy.