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- adj. That doesn't give up in despair; indomitable
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- adj. Incapable of being subdued.
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- adj. impossible to subdue
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Most days, it is my ragtag, never-say-die colleagues in foreclosure wonderful people and some non-bank-owned journalists who are willing to speak the truth about the bank documents used to steal homes.
And perhaps that is why, even as their season sinks into irrelevance, Mets manager Terry Collins speaks on a near daily basis about his side's never-say-die attitude.
The Imagineers pride themselves on their never-say-die spirit.
Cheerfully turning out low-budget shlockbusters, Corman emerges as the very incarnation of never-say-die American entrepreneurialism and capitalism, celebrating naughtiness, absurdity and fun.
The scene at the end was the perfect cliché of the never-say-die, heroic captain.
Why they deserve a second chance: As Keoghan says, the cowboys/brothers were the "obvious choice" to return, given their popularity, aw-shucks-ness and never-say-die attitude.
What won't likely change are the two Serenas that seem to inhabit women's tennis: The never-say-die competitor that dials in four times a year, and the shadow-self that sometimes shows up at regular tour events.
We're a headstrong, tough, opinionated, never-say-die group of gals who will drag each other up the hill if need be.
Holden, in the midst of an outstanding season, seized on the smallest of opportunities with a remarkable never-say-die spirit to run on to an opportunity that nobody else in his team had considered, deflated as they were.
In general, they were impressed with the US team's energetic play and never-say-die attitude.