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Synonyms for never-say-die

impossible to subdue

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Back in those days Arsenal had power, pace, skill and drive plus a never-say-die attitude.
Fergie's men were generally fitter than their opposition but, more importantly, the great Scot instilled in them a never-say-die attitude.
And having fallen behind they played with what I call controlled intensity, which is generally more effective than heart, desire, passion and a never-say-die fighting spirit.
We showed a never-say-die attitude and character but once the game goes to penalties, anything can happen.
Other competitors include the colourful Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, the never-say-die David Ferrer and the big-serving Mardy Fish who will be hoping his climb up the rankings continues after shedding 10kg.
It requires dedication, determination and an endless never-say-die spirit.
His never-say-die attitude and no shortage of skill have carved him out as a true warrior of the game.
AARON HUGHES has warned Manchester City that Fulham's never-say-die attitude will make his team hard to beat when the two sides face off tomorrow.
Hardly the never-say-die attitude that made Britain Great, is it?
THE makers of hit musical Once have produced a magical film because it was made with a never-say-die spirit.
West Ham were brilliant today, but we had the never-say-die attitude.
His last second completion to receiver, Drew Pearson, in a playoff victory over the Vikings coined the "Hail Mary Pass" and was the type of never-say-die style of play that earned him the nickname "Captain Comeback.
From his keg-side stumbling and never-say-die lines to his triumphant post-nine-stair-hippy-twist "Fuck you
Ronnie Moore's never-say-die United levelled soon afterwards, however, although the weather was arguably the winner in the end.
O-o-h child, things are gonna get easier (like getting dressed in the morning) once you ditch the kitsch and drive head-on into this never-say-die revival.