Definitions

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  • adverb In an unshakable manner.

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

  • adverb with determination; in a determined manner

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Examples

  • That’s the kind of unshakably sunny outlook we get from being reared by what someone in the Times described as “Baby Boomers who lavished a lot of attention on their children.”

    Millennials are dreaming a new American Dream

  • All the same, in spite of its curiously hybridized form and content, the core of English remained recognizably, unshakably, true to its roots.

    The English Is Coming!

  • All the same, in spite of its curiously hybridized form and content, the core of English remained recognizably, unshakably, true to its roots.

    The English Is Coming!

  • I often wish, though, that those who have been hurt by, or are unshakably critical of, religion could see and feel my experience.

    Rabbi Alan Lurie: Why I Love Religion

  • I often wish, though, that those who have been hurt by, or are unshakably critical of, religion could see and feel my experience.

    Rabbi Alan Lurie: Why I Love Religion

  • Being publicly Less Than Perfect and happy is hard; being publicly, shamelessly, unshakably Less Than Perfect and happy is an act of both will and bravery.

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  • Being publicly Less Than Perfect and happy is hard; being publicly, shamelessly, unshakably Less Than Perfect and happy is an act of both will and bravery.

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  • I often wish, though, that those who have been hurt by, or are unshakably critical of, religion could see and feel my experience.

    Rabbi Alan Lurie: Why I Love Religion

  • Reno Wilson is Mike 's supremely confident, delectably smart-mouthed fellow officer, Carl, and Swoosie Kurtz is on scene as Molly' s skinny, unshakably indifferent mother.

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  • I often wish, though, that those who have been hurt by, or are unshakably critical of, religion could see and feel my experience.

    Rabbi Alan Lurie: Why I Love Religion

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