The word for today is…
impervious (adj) – 1. Incapable of being penetrated.
2. Incapable of being affected.
Source : The Free Dictionary
Etymology : The English language is far from impervious, and, of course, a great many Latinate terms have entered it throughout its history. Impervious is one of the many that broke through in the 17th century. It comes from the Latin impervius, which adds the prefix im- to pervius, meaning “passable” or “penetrable.” Pervius—which is also the source of the relatively uncommon English word pervious, meaning “accessible” or “permeable”—comes from per-, meaning “through,” and via, meaning “way.”
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