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  • noun The quality of being indomitable.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the property being difficult or impossible to defeat


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  • The heavy jaw and square-cut chin demonstrated rugged pertinacity and indomitability.


  • The heavy jaw and square-cut chin demonstrated rugged pertinacity and indomitability.

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  • On the first day of the centenary meeting, fittingly, Walsh displayed the indomitability of the great National Hunt rider, who plays an attrition game far more perilous than the financial duel between bookmaker and punter, which went the gamblers' way, when Hurricane Fly crossed the line to a heart-thumping roar.

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  • And when we think of movies about people with terminal illnesses, we mostly think of inspirational tales about appreciating life and the indomitability of the human spirit or weepy tearjerkers about love conquering death.

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  • His was the student's mind, and behind his ability to learn was the indomitability of his nature and his love for Ruth.

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  • The lines of will had marked his face deeply, and this, coupled with a sternness and primitiveness, advertised a native indomitability, unswerving of purpose, and prone, when thwarted, to sullen cruelty.


  • It is a clever woman who can fill out the many weak places in an inefficient man, by her own indomitability, re-enforce his vacillating nature, infuse her ambitious soul into his, and spur him on to great achievements.


  • Former Vibe and Spin editor Alan Light says her mix of indomitability and accessibility is one key to her enduring appeal.

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  • So White Fang could only eat his heart in bitterness and develop a hatred and malice commensurate with the ferocity and indomitability of his nature.

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  • And in this was portrayed the victory of the spirit over the flesh, the indomitability and moral grandeur of the soul that knows no restriction and rises above time and space and matter with

    Chapter 12


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