indomitably


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in·dom·i·ta·ble

 (ĭn-dŏm′ĭ-tə-bəl)
adj.
Incapable of being overcome, subdued, or vanquished; unconquerable.

[Late Latin indomitābilis : Latin in-, not; see in-1 + Latin domitāre, to tame, frequentative of domāre, to subdue; see demə- in Indo-European roots.]

in·dom′i·ta·bil′i·ty, in·dom′i·ta·ble·ness n.
in·dom′i·ta·bly adv.
Translations

indomitably

[ɪnˈdɒmɪtəblɪ] ADVindómitamente, indomablemente
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He was set upon one thing indomitably and that was living, just living, notwithstanding the monotony of his life and the constant pain which allowed him to sleep only when he was under the influence of morphia.
At the bottom of the heart of every human being from earliest infancy until the tomb, there is something that goes on indomitably expecting, in the teeth of all experience of crimes committed, suffered, and witnessed, that good and not evil will be done to him.
That seemed to be enough to entertain the visitors, with a typical scene featuring 50 children and adults standing awestruck atop an immobilised Russian tank as a NATO jet performed a loop-the-loop above their heads, or posing for photos with an indomitably cheerful US airman as if he was something unusual and alien.
The festival is an annual celebration of the indomitably triumphant spirit of Negrenses after experiencing the threats of a mass hunger in the province in the 1980s.
But Rauch, 53, an indomitably idealistic macher since his days as cofounder of the community-building ensemble Cornerstone Theater Company, has not been content to let OSF rest on its laurels as a unique American theatrical success story, a pristine theme park/nature preserve for the Western canon.
Southampton created the lion's share of first-half chances, equalised through Dusan Tadic's spot-kick, then defended indomitably in the second to suggest their Champions League hopes have not been extinguished.
Though Mona grapples with secret police and with scarcity, her evocations of the pleasures of youth and love are indomitably joyous, almost synesthetic in their sensuality .
Although the country intermittently went through certain dark periods politically thereafter, Lake House worked indomitably to conduct the Aloka Pooja without interruption, in keeping with its highest tradition.
Eliot was the only person there who indomitably opposed any change whatever.
Fair-headed, indomitably gutsy - the catalogue of breakages he suffered, and overcame, in the course of his 21-cap international career was an osteopath's and insurer's nightmare - he was one of Wales's most accomplished ever custodians.
She is perhaps most in her element when she is introducing children as young as five years old to netball in her indomitably fun and friendly manner.
Nevertheless, there is more to Pyongyang than a Gaulish village indomitably resisting globalization and following a special set of rules for communal life that was drawn up by its political leaders.