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incapable of being conquered, overrun, or subjugated

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impossible to subdue

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Although the country intermittently went through certain dark periods politically thereafter, Lake House worked indomitably to conduct the Aloka Pooja without interruption, in keeping with its highest tradition.
Eliot was the only person there who indomitably opposed any change whatever.
Fair-headed, indomitably gutsy - the catalogue of breakages he suffered, and overcame, in the course of his 21-cap international career was an osteopath's and insurer's nightmare - he was one of Wales's most accomplished ever custodians.
"She is perhaps most in her element when she is introducing children as young as five years old to netball in her indomitably fun and friendly manner."
Nevertheless, there is more to Pyongyang than a Gaulish village indomitably resisting globalization and following a special set of rules for communal life that was drawn up by its political leaders.
Katznelson quotes Ulrich Phillips, early 20th-century historian of the antebellum slave South, observing that the region's "white folk [are] a people with common resolve indomitably maintained--that [the South] shall be and remain a white man's country." Katznelson notes that as late as 1938, only 4 percent of African Americans in the South were registered to vote.
The 'politics of the belly' reign indomitably as the social struggles which make up the quest for hegemony and the production of the State bear the hallmarks of the rush for spoils in which all actors--rich and poor--participate in the world of networks (Bayart 2009:235).
The Story of a Perplexing and Indomitably Naive Public Servant" (Originally published in the Los Angeles Times on March 12 2000) http://www.cooperativeindividualism.org/schlesinger_wallace_bio.html
I read it spellbound by the story and Ridley's characters--not only the main players but also a vividly drawn supporting cast that includes the proto-dandy Charles-Nicolas Othon, Prince of Nassau-Siegen, who had paid to come along for the ride and primped his way around the world; the snarly ship's surgeon, Vives; and the indomitably curious Aotourou, brother to the Tahitian chief Ereti, who left Tahiti with the French expedition to sample Paris life for a brief year, becoming the chouchou of salon culture before succumbing to smallpox on his trip home.
Henry Bowers, 28, described as an "indomitably cheerful and hard-working Navy man," who was largely responsible for the party's navigation and supplies.
What's needed is a no-nonsense back three, wing-backs who can belt long diagonal balls into 'the mixer' for 90 minutes, two doughty foot soldiers haring around indomitably from first whistle to last, a reasonably skilled man in the hole and Rooney and Carroll up front.
Glenys Pierce, after a period of ill-health, returned, indomitably, to be the Theatre Superintendent.
NNA - 12/2/2011 Caretaker Trade and Economy minister Mohammad Safadi, recollected on the late Hariri' s achievements saying he' d worked indomitably for Lebanese national unity.
Brady clings indomitably to his belief that the world was created at 9 a.m.