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unshakeable

[ʌnˈʃeɪkəbəl] adj [faith, belief, conviction, confidence] → inébranlable
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In the case of Griselda's aria, which appears at the most intense moment of crisis for this character, the da capo form, and the particular ways in which tonal devices are deployed in this aria, allow Griselda to conquer her doubts: "it is difficult not to celebrate Griselda's ability to pull her conflicting emotions under one tonal trajectory, thus displaying the centered subjectivity--the belief in the unshakability of that inner core--which is still one of our favorite myths, poststructuralism notwithstanding" (79).
(The power to bind oneself is only as potent, after all, as the perceived unshakability of the belief on which it rests.) We must make certain, therefore, that all in the community irrevocably believe, as we do ourselves, in God.