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is she: inconceivable, unbearable, impregnable or impenetrable?
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CalifJim
'unimpregnable' would be more accurate.
No! I think you've got this the other way round! The im prefix here is a negative ('not pregnable'), the same as the un. Look up impregnable! Emotion: smile

CJ

Oh, I thought the word was related to 'impregnate': make pregnant. Now, it turns out that 'impregnable' has nothing to do with pregnant women, but rather with fortresses, according to the dictionary.
it turns out that 'impregnable' has nothing to do with pregnant women
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CalifJim
it turns out that 'impregnable' has nothing to do with pregnant women
Exactly! Emotion: smile
Quite the opposite as it happens.

Stannum
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CalifJim
it turns out that 'impregnable' has nothing to do with pregnant women
Exactly! Emotion: smile
Quite the opposite as it happens.

Stannum
If something like a fortress is the opposite of a pregnant woman, that is.
Conchita57
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CalifJim
it turns out that 'impregnable' has nothing to do with pregnant women
Exactly! Emotion: smile
Quite the opposite as it happens.

Stannum

If something like a fortress is the opposite of a pregnant woman, that is.
The funny ha ha is that a pregnant woman has been impregnated so she is by definition not impregnable. Tish boom!

Stannum
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