unsubdued


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unsubdued

(ˌʌnsəbˈdjuːd)
adj
not overcome
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unsubdued - not brought under control; "the horse remained unsubdued"
wild - marked by extreme lack of restraint or control; "wild talk"; "wild parties"
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unsubdued

[ˈʌnsəbˈdjuːd] ADJindomado

unsubdued

adjunbezwungen, unbesiegt
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Elinor, according to her expectation, saw on the two or three following days, that Marianne did not continue to gain strength as she had done; but while her resolution was unsubdued, and she still tried to appear cheerful and easy, her sister could safely trust to the effect of time upon her health.
She had dressed with more than usual care, and prepared in the highest spirits for the conquest of all that remained unsubdued of his heart, trusting that it was not more than might be won in the course of the evening.
There is defiance in the remaining stumps of her masts, raised up like maimed limbs against the menacing scowl of a stormy sky; there is high courage in the upward sweep of her lines towards the bow; and as soon as, on a hastily-rigged spar, a strip of canvas is shown to the wind to keep her head to sea, she faces the waves again with an unsubdued courage.
The American gunfire ceased, except for a few heroic shots, but they still steamed on, obstinately unsubdued, bloody, battered, and wrathfully resistant, spitting bullets at the airships and unmercifully pounded by the German ironclads.
Though he suffered most of the damage and was always defeated, his spirit remained unsubdued.
It is like a monster ever unsubdued, this stubborn land that drowses in this Indian summer weather and that survives them all, the men who scratched its surface and passed.
She deserved the scolding, and had bent before it, but her head, though bloody, was unsubdued, and her chirrupings began to mingle with his retreating thunder.
If the group remains uncontrolled and unsubdued, "it could pose a threat to the United States and its allies," Cohen (http://www.