from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an unshaken manner; steadily; firmly.


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  • Thou hast enabled to see such things, and who unshakenly believe

    The Confessions

  • That his cause, indeed, was the cause of God, he remained unshakenly convinced; but in a sadder spirit than he had ever shown before, he left God's will to determine what amount of visible success that cause should attain to in the present evil world, or how far the decision should depend upon His last great Judgment.

    Life of Luther

  • Jewish theological college, that this idea of a pure Jewish religion, the pure monotheistic idea, must be held unshakenly and without any change or any concession.

    The Menorah Journal, Volume 1, 1915

  • "I have come to speak to Mr. Drugg," Janice said, and she was glad she could say it unshakenly, despite her secret emotions.

    How Janice Day Won

  • In doing so he recalls that on Saturday, the first Easter Eve, she abode unshakenly in the faith, when the apostles doubted.

    The Customs of Old England

  • To prove the same in deed and name, and hold unshakenly

    The Pilgrim's Way

  • Greatly regret events of to-day but am unshakenly confident for the future, given sufficient time to remedy defect in rails which should not take long.

    The Rapids

  • And admiration rose unexpectedly in her heart for the man who could hold his fate in his hands like this and unshakenly cast it on the ground.


  • To prove the same in deed and name, and hold unshakenly

    The Years Between

  • Chrysostom was the more vexed because, though his own conviction was unshakenly orthodox, he had always endeavoured to treat the Arians with courtesy and fairness.

    Gathering Clouds: A Tale of the Days of St. Chrysostom


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