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  • adjective Not able to be shaken; firm, solid, resolute

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Examples

  • I am sure, have joined with me in unshakeable faith that this crucial test will be met; that the searing lessons of this latest war and the promise of the United Nations Organization will be the cornerstones of a new edifice of enduring peace and the guideposts of a new era of human progress.

    Cordell Hull - Acceptance Speech

  • And Feste, echoing the criticism of these decisions, approvingly recalled the unshakeable instinct of many of the WWII generation to defend the incarceration of Japanese Americans:

    IsThatLegal?

  • They see U.S. support for Israel - which Obama declared as "unshakeable" - as underpinning the refusal of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government to halt the construction of Jewish settlements on lands that the Palestinians claim for their future state.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • They see U.S. support for Israel - which Obama declared as "unshakeable" - as underpinning the refusal of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government to halt the construction of Jewish settlements on lands that the Palestinians claim for their future state.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • On Saturday, the "unshakeable" commitment got shaky, as Obama clarified, saying: "I was not commenting on and will not comment on the wisdom of making a decision to put a mosque there."

    Joshua Hoyt: On Mosques, Borders, and Our 'Nation of Immigrants' This Election Season

  • Gadafy's striking non-endorsement of the Democratic candidate focused in part on Obama's pledge of "unshakeable" support for Israel, which caused dismay, if not surprise, across the Arab and Muslim worlds last week.

    Obama Taking Over Democratic National Committee Partly To Avoid Kerry's Fate

  • Gadafy\'s striking non-endorsement of the Democratic candidate focused in part on Obama\'s pledge of "unshakeable" support for Israel, which caused dismay, if not surprise, across the Arab and Muslim worlds last week. '

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Gadafy denounces Barack Obama as 'black man with inferiority complex'

  • Gadafy's striking non-endorsement of the Democratic candidate focused in part on Obama's pledge of 'unshakeable' support for Israel, which caused dismay, if not surprise, across the Arab and Muslim worlds last week.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Gadafy denounces Barack Obama as 'black man with inferiority complex'

  • He has called America's commitment to Israel's security "unshakeable," a commitment built on the bedrock of the deep friendship between the two nations.

    John Kerry: Barack Obama and Israel: More GOP Lies

  • China's relations with Zimbabwe are "unshakeable", President Hu

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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