- not broken; whole; intact.
- uninterrupted; continuous.
- not tamed, as a horse.
- undisturbed; unimpaired.
Origin of unbroken
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1. complete, entire.
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Examples from the Web for unbroken
Angelina Jolie was able to seemingly glide into the Vatican on Thursday to present her new film ‘Unbroken.’Pope Francis Has the Pleasure of Meeting Angelina Jolie for a Few Seconds
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You, on the other hand, have made an unbroken string of technically false claims.The Kardashian Look-Alike Trolling for Assad
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When the presidency was an unbroken string of white men, there were no calls for him to run for the White House.Is Dr. Ben Carson the Real Deal?
April 5, 2013
Yet his voice was unbroken and he was, indeed, unconscious of the tears.
Throughout the dinner their entire absorption in each other was all but unbroken.
It was about a quarter of a mile to our house; we walked the distance in unbroken silence.The Bacillus of Beauty
And possibly her imagination would have been able to clothe it all with an unbroken forest.Green Mansions
W. H. Hudson
Then, delighted at finding them unbroken, I tried my arms in the same way.My Double Life
- complete or whole
- continuous or incessant
- undaunted in spirit
- (of animals, esp horses) not tamed; wild
- not disturbed or upsetthe unbroken silence of the afternoon
- (of a record, esp at sport) not improved upon
- (of a contract, law, etc) not broken or infringed
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Word Origin and History for unbroken
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