Pronunciation of Insuperable
/ɪnsˈuːpəɹəbə͡l/, /ɪnsˈuːpəɹəbəl/, /ɪ_n_s_ˈuː_p_ə_ɹ_ə_b_əl/
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Sense 2 (noun)
Usage examples for insuperable:
- But the sea lay between England and Ireland, and the delays and sometimes difficulties which were thus interposed rendered it " necessary that Ireland should have a separate government;" and he affirmed that " this was an insuperable bar to a beneficial Union," quoting a saying of Lord Somers, that " if it were necessary to preserve a separate executive government at Edinburgh after the Union, he would abandon the measure." - "The Constitutional History of England From 1760 to 1860", Charles Duke Yonge.
- Now, the Catholic Church has been always most anxious to form a native clergy in missionary countries, but insuperable difficulties have often prevented the realization of this idea. - "The Friars in the Philippines", Ambrose Coleman.