unshakably


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un·shak·a·ble

 (ŭn-shā′kə-bəl)
adj.
Incapable of being shaken: unshakable faith.

un·shak′a·bly adv.
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Adv.1.unshakably - with determination; in a determined manner; "he clung to the past determinedly"
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"My public image is unshakably that of America's wholesome virgin, the girl next door, carefree and brimming with happiness," she said in a memoir, "an image, I can assure you, more make-believe than any film part I ever played.
After that surprising outcome, Trump and his supporters became unshakably convinced that not a single voter was influenced by the hacking and leaking that, according to Mueller, "the Campaign expected it would benefit electorally from.")
We remain unshakably committed to our Values in this, we shall prevail.
Throughout, the author explores questions such as the ways people fuse religious conviction with partisan politics, activists' rationalizations for the use of lethal violence and how women claim space within an unshakably patriarchal movement.
In their phone talks, Defence Minister Jeong Kyeong-doo and acting Defence Secretary Patrick Shanahan "reaffirmed that South Korea and the US will maintain the alliance and combined defense posture unshakably in any change of conditions," according to the Ministry of National Defence, South Korean News Agency (Yonhap) reported.
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The spokesman stressed that 'Chinese military is unshakably determined to strengthen its naval and air combat readiness, raise defense level, safeguard national sovereignty and security and maintain regional peace and stability.'
Palmer's retort that "a girl belongs to her family" (343) and, more figuratively, the fact that Alice's father attempts to launch a glue works, the smelly fumes from which seem to stick to him unshakably. Tarkington displays this conviction most artfully in the orchestration of Alice and Arthur Russell's courtship (if we can so refer to it).
Hence, America has a culture of social-cultural conformity that is unshakably voluntary nearly everyone shares the same views and attitudes over almost every social and political norm: 'We're number one!' There are hardly any diametrically opposed opinions on most political or social issues.
This suggests a program--to work on the rest of my beliefs so that they become truly mine, relating perspicuously to the original untouchable place where they are first unshakably present to the Cartesian mind.
And for this unshakably gifted triad of sisters from the Valley, that's all we'll ever need.