Definition of indestructibly in English:


Pronunciation /-blē/


See indestructible

‘It can be savage, unpredictable, ecstactic, indestructibly powerful, pleasurable, a kind of primordial music that is beyond the mere phenomenology of representation.’
  • ‘Susan-the-robot was regarded as being indestructibly powerful, unstoppable and practically all-knowing, with unlimited capabilities and possessing vast powers of alien calculation.’
  • ‘The play's depiction of amateur drama, coupled with its equal balance of roles and indestructibly comic plotting, has made it a perennial favourite of amateur companies.’
  • ‘The Piano Concerto, composed in 1868, survives unceasing exposure only to emerge perennially and indestructibly fresh.’