Meaning of indestructibility in English:

indestructibility

Pronunciation /ɪndɪstrʌktɪˈbɪlɪti/

noun

See indestructible

‘Faith in the indestructibility of the soul depends on at least some contact with the soul while most of us are creatures of body, life and mind.’
  • ‘We're all a bit more image-conscious these days, and most of us aspire to greater fitness, especially once we get out of our twenties and lose that feeling of indestructibility.’
  • ‘Is this sort of ignorance a sign of something missing in the education of these teenagers, or is it simply a sign of their own perceived indestructibility?’
  • ‘Her faith in my indestructibility is a fathomless ocean that buoys me upward.’
  • ‘The book deals with the indestructibility of the human spirit in the face of adversity.’