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Overconfidence WarningPlay
Can imply arrogance if one describes themselves as invincible without clear context or humility. SlideHe boasted that he was invincible at chess, but his overconfidence led to a shocking loss.
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Hyperbolic UsePlay
Often used to exaggerate for effect, not meant to be taken literally in most contexts. SlideAfter working out for a month, he joked that he was invincible against any sickness.
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Temporary StatePlay
May describe a fleeting feeling of immense strength or power, not a permanent trait. SlideWinning the race made her feel invincible, even if just for a day.