They are impervious to new data.
Nearly impervious to the weather.
No one is impervious to an affair.
One who has attained to them and dwells in them is impervious to the ills of life.
But Piano seems impervious to both the weather and the lightning bolts of criticism.
But for many years after the first missionaries came in 1814 they remained impervious to the Christian religion.
The Germans had designed the sites to be impervious to bomber attacks, much like the famous hardened U-boat pens.