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- adj. Not shaken
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not shaken; not agitated. Not moved in resolution; firm; steady.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. unshaken in purpose
The Congress of SA Trade Union's (Cosatu) says its support for ANC deputy president Jacob Zuma is "unshaken".
Lajoie said that Italo Medugno was "unshaken" in cross-examination and his account was backed by two other former students at Pleasant Park Public School.
Corinthian columns have bases, which Doric columns have not, "and notes that the word"'unshaken' implies that the column itself had fallen, but the base remains. "
She told her brethren, “you cannot dance night after night, held in the closest of sensual embraces, with every effort made in the style of dancing to appeal to the worst in you and remain unshaken by it.”
This is because it serves as the fixed starting point for liturgical commentary, a kind of frozen caste of mind that is unshaken by any reality.
Even now, the ideology remains unshaken by events.
The individual will frequently emerge, not only unshaken, but even more convinced of the truth of his beliefs than ever before.
I have an unshaken reliance on your integrity, and your good wishes to me and your infant family.
Kama entered the Tivoli, tall, lean, muscular, and fur-clad, the pick of his barbaric race and barbaric still, unshaken and unabashed by the revellers that rioted about him while Daylight gave his orders.
This man who had come out of nowhere, uninvited and apparently unshaken by the possibility of this jumper plunging to his death, moved toward the ledge until he was dangerously close, about three feet away.
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