stru-, struct-, -structure, -struction, -structive

(Latin: to build, to build up; to pile; to construct; to place together, to arrange)

unconstruable (adjective), more unconstruable, most unconstruable
The inability to interpret the meaning of something: Valerie's unconstruable intentions were not clarified by her gestures.
undestroyable (adjective), more undestroyable, most undestroyable
1. Unable to damage something so severely that it no longer exists or can never return to its normal condition: The flooding did little damage to the undestroyable building up on the hill.
2. Incapable of completely defeating an enemy or an opponent: In the story that James was reading, the king of the land had an undestroyable army that fought any foe and always won!
3. Subject to lasting a very long time; durable; imperishable: Some rocks are so hard and dense that they are considered to be undestroyable.
undestructively (adverb)
Not detrimental, harmful, or injurious: "Their relationship was considered to be undestructively long lasting."
undestructiveness (noun)
1. The quality of not destroying or ruining.
2. Not causing great or irreparable damage.
undestrutive (adjective)
1. Anything that does not cause severe damage or harm.
2. Not destructive or causing great damage, harm, or injury.

Related "together" units: com-; greg-; inter-.