1 He went his way, amused, contemptuous, impervious to the opinions of those about him, so courteous that his courtesy was an affront in itself.
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2 But her grace was impervious to hints, and invited or omitted as she chose.
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3 Jurgis was destined to find that Elzbieta's armor was absolutely impervious to Socialism.
4 A wide and apparently an impervious boundary of forests severed the possessions of the hostile provinces of France and England.
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5 Master Micawber was hardly visible in a Guernsey shirt, and the shaggiest suit of slops I ever saw; and the children were done up, like preserved meats, in impervious cases.
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6 This perverted child-man was now a real business-man; when it was a question of affairs, he was an absolute he-man, sharp as a needle, and impervious as a bit of steel.
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7 But Rosedale's natural imperviousness to hints made it easy for him to brush such resistance aside.
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