unvanquished


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unvanquished

(ʌnˈvæŋkwɪʃt)
adj
literary not vanquished; that has not been vanquished or defeated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unvanquished - not conqueredunvanquished - not conquered        
undefeated - victorious; "undefeated in battle"; "an undefeated team"
References in classic literature ?
From the face of the man who stood erect, unvanquished as yet in the struggle for life, the fierce sweat poured like rain
Two of her novels, A Silence of Desire and Possession, have the character of a swamy or a holy man, who is the symbol of the spirit and who remains unvanquished before physical and material forces.
Wilder (above), unbeaten in 40 fights, will put his WBC world crown on the line against Fury, the lineal champion, who is unvanquished in 26 bouts.
My presentation last year at the conference was specifically about two novels, Faulkner's The Unvanquished and Mo Yan's Red Sorghum.
It was the one game that 'had survived long after other make-believe worlds had crumbled away, their inhabitants dead and their villains unvanquished.' Meanwhile, she writes, 'our miniature farmyard had become dusty and the animals sticky and apathetic with time, and the zoo set lay abandoned, with zebras and tigers in dangerous proximity.' In place of childish things, she now had the secret of her father's flight from the law and the fears that came with it: 'I had a theory that if I thought about all the things I least wanted to happen, then somehow, by some law of probability, they were less likely to occur.
And even when the US had 100,000 troops on the ground, the Taliban stood unvanquished.
Though the challenge of making every underprivileged character dignified and unvanquished is welcome, at the moment I am done with playing these crushed, oppressed women in crumpled cotton saris.
Despite medical breakthroughs, cancer remains largely unvanquished especially in resource-poor countries.
If that litany sounds familiar, it's because these dangers are still with us, unvanquished.
One can find such pain as well in The Sound and The Fury, The Unvanquished, and Light in August.
On the other hand, the more respected Donskoi was able to present the most explicit, fictional Soviet sequence of specific prejudice against Jews in The Unvanquished (Nepokorennye, Mark Donskoi, 1945).
Ann Ellsworth: Selections from The Yellow Cake Review; Gene Pritsker: Still Unvanquished for Alphorn and Samplestra; Daniel Schnyder, arr.