Impassible meaning

ĭm-păsə-bəl
Not subject to suffering, pain, or harm.
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Unfeeling; impassive.
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That cannot feel pain; incapable of suffering.
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That cannot be injured; invulnerable.
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That cannot be moved emotionally; unfeeling.
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(chiefly theology) Unable to suffer, or feel pain.
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Unable to feel emotion; impassive.
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Incapable of suffering injury or detriment.
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Origin of impassible

  • Middle English from Old French from Late Latin impassibilis in- not in–1 passibilis passible passible

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Old French impassible.

    From Wiktionary