unhumbled

unhumbled

(ʌnˈhʌmbəld)
adj
not humbled
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References in classic literature ?
Should I of these the liberty regard, Who, freed, as to their ancient patrimony, Unhumbled, unrepentant, unreformed, Headlong would follow, and to their gods perhaps Of Bethel and of Dan?
triumpho (proud triumph) with which Horace encloses a defeated but unhumbled Cleopatra in Odes 1.37, a triumph which grammatically belongs to Octavian.
One of the men says dryly, fightless and unhumbled, "Don't be scared, ma'am.
As Gilbert and Gubar are quick to notice, this is a possessive genius: "Unhumbled, I can take what is mine.