Definitions

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  • adj. That cannot be dissuaded.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ dissuadable

Examples

  • In the Parliament Close, trodden daily underfoot by advocates, two letters and a date mark the resting-place of the man who made Scotland over again in his own image, the indefatigable, undissuadable John Knox.

    Edinburgh Picturesque Notes

  • To poets and literats -- to every woman and man, today or any day, the conditions of the present, needs, dangers, prejudices, and the like, are the perfect conditions on which we are here, and the conditions for wording the future with undissuadable words.

    Supplementary Prose, from Complete Prose Works (1892)

  • It is not that putty you see in Congress and in the Presidency; it is iron -- it is the undissuadable swift metal of death.

    Supplementary Prose, from Complete Prose Works (1892)

  • In the Parliament Close, trodden daily underfoot by advocates, two letters and a date mark the resting-place of the man who made Scotland over again in his own image, the indefatigable, undissuadable John

    Edinburgh Picturesque Notes

  • He thought there were probably people here with wasting diseases, a few, undissuadable, skin flaking away.

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