impenetrability definition

  • noun:
    • the standard or problem to be impenetrable.
    • The inability of two-bodies to take exactly the same room at the same time.
    • The feature of being impenetrable; invulnerability.
    • Quality of being impenetrable.
    • That property in virtue which two portions of matter can not at precisely the same time entertain similar percentage of space.
    • Insusceptibility of intellectual or psychological impression; obtuseness; stupidity; coldness.
    • The character or condition of being impenetrable; incapability to be penetrated, in just about any sense of that term.
    • In physics, particularly, that residential property of matter which prevents two bodies from occupying similar space as well; that property of matter by which it excludes other matter through the room it consumes.
    • the standard of becoming impenetrable (by people or light or missiles etc.)
    • incomprehensibility by virtue of being also heavy to know

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