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  • adj. unshaken

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Unshaken.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not shaken; unshaken; firm; steady.

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Examples

  • Watt we owe the modern twenty-three-thousand-ton monster (and larger monsters soon to come), which keeps its course against wind and tide, almost "unshaked of motion," for this can now properly be said.

    James Watt

  • I don't think any ship in the history of the human civilization has every weathered so many storms yet come out 100% unshaked, undamaged, undetered, and undefeated like

    The Pirate Bay - Blog

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