- that cannot feel pain; incapable of suffering
- that cannot be injured; invulnerable
- that cannot be moved emotionally; unfeeling
Origin of impassibleMiddle English ; from Old French ; from Ecclesiastical Late Latin impassibilis: see in- and amp; passible
- Not subject to suffering, pain, or harm.
- Unfeeling; impassive.
Origin of impassibleMiddle English, from Old French, from Late Latin impassibilis : in-, not; see in–1 + passibilis, passible; see passible.
- im·pas′si·bil′i·ty, im·pas′si·ble·ness
(comparative more impassible, superlative most impassible)
From Old French impassible.