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  • adv. In an unshakable manner.

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

  • adv. with determination; in a determined manner


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  • 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.”

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

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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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  • 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

  • He was absolutely, unshakably honest, both inside and outside of our home, and he poured himself into every case, no matter how small.

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  • Pat was unshakably convinced he was on to something about me that was redeeming.

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  • And the central bank now seems open to the possibility of monetizing fiscal deficits, while the Fed maintains an unshakably dovish rhetoric even as the recovery clearly takes hold.

    The ECB's Independence Is in Jeopardy

  • She is outspoken, forceful and unshakably honest, and when it comes to the welfare of the students, she is not inclined to compromise - or to mince words.

    Seth Freeman: The Best Teachers Left Behind, Part II

  • We are unshakably enfranchised American citizens, and we've forgotten how to act like it.

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