What is the opposite of susceptible?

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Adjective
(of a person) Opposite of easily influenced by feelings or emotions
“More importantly, being rich doesn't make them unsusceptible to problems every family faces.”
Adjective
Opposite of likely or liable to be influenced or harmed by a particular thing
“Gradually, castles became larger, stronger, and more elaborate, as builders tried to eliminate weak points and make the castle as invulnerable as possible.”
Adjective
(susceptible to) Opposite of likely to be affected by something
“She's widely regarded as one of the most beautiful women in the world, but even she's not immune to the pain of a broken heart.”
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(susceptible of) Opposite of capable or admitting of
“Joshua's past had fully crippled him into believing that he was incapable of love and marriage.”
Adjective
Opposite of easily influenced or directed
Adjective
Opposite of exploitable or vulnerable
“She was protected from the treacherous invasion of the paparazzi by her bodyguard of fifteen years, who had served her well throughout her career.”
Adjective
Opposite of being easily influenced (especially of young people)
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Opposite of willing to consider or accept new suggestions and ideas
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Opposite of likely or liable to suffer from, do, or experience something unpleasant or regrettable
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Opposite of quick to react
Adjective
Opposite of serving to form something, especially having a profound influence on a person's development
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Opposite of easily fooled or deceived
“After being exposed to many a shady character, I have naturally become a very wary person.”
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Opposite of susceptible to being attacked or compromised
“Most retailers move data off their Internet server after receiving it so it will be inaccessible to hackers.”
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Opposite of overly sensitive to criticism
Adjective
Opposite of easily or readily taken advantage of or deceived
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Opposite of able to be influenced
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Opposite of easily deceived or duped
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Opposite of unable to defend oneself or to act without help
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Opposite of innocent or naive
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Opposite of being naturally susceptible to weaknesses or error from the condition of being human
“I wish I possessed supernatural powers that would make me infallible.”
Adjective
Opposite of giving permission, or predisposed to give it
Adjective
Opposite of susceptible to illness or adverse conditions
“Generally, we know the benefits of having a healthy body, however, many of us don't know how to sustain it.”
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