indomitable


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incapable of being conquered, overrun, or subjugated

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impossible to subdue

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And through it all, a flying shuttle, weaving the golden dazzling thread of personality, moved the form of her little, indomitable mother, eight years old, and nine ere the great traverse was ended, a necromancer and a law-giver, willing her way, and the way and the willing always good and right.
Lest the fact of Miss Miggs calling him, on whom she stooped to cast a favourable eye, a boy, should create surprise in any breast, it may be observed that she invariably affected to regard all male bipeds under thirty as mere chits and infants; which phenomenon is not unusual in ladies of Miss Miggs's temper, and is indeed generally found to be the associate of such indomitable and savage virtue.
The shortness of breath took all fire, all animation out of his voice; his great, pale cheeks hung like filled pouches, motionless, without a quiver; but in his blue eyes, narrowed as if peering, there was the same look of confident shrewdness, a little crazy in its fixity, they must have had while the indomitable optimist sat thinking at night in his cell.
When that indomitable snarling old witch died the swaggering spectre would have to vanish too - there would be an end to fiery Karl Yundt.
``A legion of fiends have occupied the bosom of the Jewess,'' replied the Templar; ``for, I think no single one, not even Apollyon himself, could have inspired such indomitable pride and resolution.
"Indeed?" said Monte Cristo, with the same indomitable coolness; "let us see.
At last, half wild with terror and indignation, I succeeded in breaking away from the three savages, and fled towards old Marheyo's house, pursued by the indomitable artist, who ran after me, implements in hand.
And here we have to record another instance of the indomitable spirit of the western trappers.
Their indomitable courage and faith, Martin's physical strength and the pulling power of their two ring-boned horses --this was their capital.
How," says the trooper, folding his arms and looking with indomitable firmness at his brother, "how is my mother to be got to scratch me?"
Historian Steve Penticost, who interviewed Lt Reynolds for a book, paid tribute to his "indomitable spirit".
The writer should know that without outside help which he has ruled out the display of indomitable will by the Kashmiri people does not stand much chance of success against a powerful and determined enemy like India.
'Ever since the indomitable will of the people is reflected in their sacrifices, the people of Kashmir including the leadership reiterate their commitment to pursue the peoples' narrative till they are able to decide their political future by exercising their free will in a referendum under the auspices of United Nations,' they said.
With a slow start from the senior national team of Ghana in their first two games against Benin and the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon, Ghana won against Guinea-Bissau to top the group and qualify to the round of 16.
Super Eagles came from behind to beat Cameroon's Indomitable Lions 3-2 and advance to the quarter-finals of 2019 AFCON in Egypt.