unshakeable


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unshakeable

[ʌnˈʃeɪkəbəl] adj [faith, belief, conviction, confidence] → inébranlable
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HIS faith in Rip Van Winkle has been unshakeable all season and Johnny Murtagh is counting on his trusty comrade to deliver in the 5million Breeders Cup Classic at Santa Anita tonight.
Mr Brown is an idealist with a convinced view of what is best for the people of Britain - and an unshakeable belief that he can deliver it.
"Despite a slow recovery, I am on the right track and my spirit and determination are still unshakeable," said the 51-year-old.
SHOTA Arveladze claims Rangers' faith in their ability to end Celtic's domination of Old Firm games stayed unshakeable even when the odds looked stacked against them.
A MASSIVE Parliamentary majority for any party invariably leads to despotic rule, a situation graphically illustrated by the dogmatic intractability of Blair and his unshakeable belief that whatever America does is for the benefit of the whole of mankind.
Even Mr Loughton's enemies will acknowledge his apparently unshakeable conviction that he and his board are on the right track.
Your place in the family is unshakeable - she's the one who needs to work a little harder.
The White House said in a statement the consultations will cover a range of issues, including "Iran, Syria, and other regional security issues." The statement added that Donilon's travel "is the latest in a series of regular, high-level consultations between the United States and Israel, consistent with our strong bilateral partnership, and part of our unshakeable commitment to Israel's security".
The 29-year-old, of 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment, was awarded the Military Cross in 2007 for "unshakeable bravery" during a Taliban attack.
You'll adore the retro looks and detailing, the awesome performance and unshakeable build.
A senior Welsh parliamentarian has paid tribute to the 'unshakeable integrity' of Sir Edward Heath as colleagues remembered his wit and warmth as a friend.
Years before coming to power, Hitler wrote that "the ultimate unshakeable goal must be the complete elimination of Jews."