His attention is indivertible when his watching football. From LearnThat.org.
"Wha gae ye leave, sir?" persisted Phemy showing herself the indivertible guardian of his morals as well as of his freedom. From Wordnik.com. [Malcolm] Reference
"fast-running nation" which is "indivertible in aim," and incredulous of the existence of the unattainable. From Wordnik.com. [Fairy Fingers A Novel] Reference
Then an indivertible peril came upon the barbarians, for thereafter the Romans broke the barbarians’ barricade. From Wordnik.com. [De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History » A Byzantine campaign in the Balkans (594), according to Theophylact Simocatta] Reference
Insufficient. indivertible adj. From Wordnik.com. [Recently Uploaded Slideshows] Reference
We would neither deny nor disguise the influences of sensibility or of imagination, upon this, as upon every other admirable quality of art; -- we know that there is that in the very stroke and fall of the pencil in a master's hand, which creates color with an unconscious enchantment -- we know that there is a brilliancy which springs from the joy of the painter's heart -- a gloom which sympathizes with its seriousness -- a power correlative with its will; but these are all vain unless they be ruled by a seemly caution -- a manly moderation -- an indivertible foresight. From Wordnik.com. [On the Old Road Vol. 1 (of 2) A Collection of Miscellaneous Essays and Articles on Art and Literature] Reference
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