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  • adv. Alternative spelling of unshakably.


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  • Whatever Jesus says or does, he will 'stand'; his fidelity is part of what he is, unshakeably, as his freedom is inseparably bound up with his obedience.

    Archbishop preaches about John Milton

  • In just this way nothing can separate from Christ the Church, that is, the people that make up the Church, firmly and unshakeably abiding in faith and joined by eternal, indivisible love Letter to Cacaelius.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • No great loss and, doubtless, like the avowals that begin almost all intimate journals, mine too would have commenced with the familiar determination to be wholly and unshakeably truthful.

    Excerpt: Any Human Heart by William Boyd

  • Not least for those rebuilding yet against their demolished homes with bits of plastic, port jackson saplings, anything to hand - unshakeably

    Address at the Opening of the Western Cape Municipal Police Service Training Facility

  • "Not previously," Miss Billingham conceded with the air of one who had made a thorough study of the matter and was unshakeably certain of her facts.

    A Lady of Expectations

  • "We believe, unshakeably, that thorough-going devolution of powers from the centre and the meaningful empowering of provinces, consonant with the principle of subsidiarity, are indispensable prerequisite for future peace and prosperity."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It stood unshakeably, though its boughs were scarred by innumerable assaults from bramble and claw.


  • Carie prayed for in vain, communion with God, he possessed wholly and unshakeably in the firm conceptions of his Biblical faith.

    Nobel Prize in Literature 1938 - Presentation Speech

  • The Consiglio Nazionale Italiano of Rieka, that self-elected body which had so often told the world that Rieka was unshakeably determined to be joined to the Motherland, now took to its bosom the modern Rienzi, regardless of that which happened to the mediæval one.

    The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 2

  • Every nationalist is capable of the most flagrant dishonesty, but he is also — since he is conscious of serving something bigger than himself — unshakeably certain of being in the right.

    Collected Essays


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