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Use 'indestructible' to emphasize strength, often in a literal sense, like with materials or objects. SlideThe indestructible phone case survived the fall without a scratch.
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'Indestructible' can also describe something not physical, like a bond or a will, signifying it can't be broken. SlideTheir friendship seemed indestructible, enduring all life's challenges.
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Sometimes 'indestructible' is used hyperbolically to stress durability, not absolute indestructibility. SlideThis toy is nearly indestructible perfect for energetic dogs.