Ala-ud-din had already won military renown by his expeditions into the yet unsubdued south.
But he came forth from prison as he entered it, unsubdued in spirit.
Her step had lost its spring, but her cheerful spirit was unsubdued.
It was, he said, impossible to march into France with Navarre unsubdued in his rear.
He was unsubdued, but was too much dazed to be able to do anything more than swear at them all.
I closed my eyes amid the subdued struggle and my unsubdued grief.
One was the presence of unsubdued and hostile Indian tribes.
Under the clinging velvet, her body seemed independent and unsubdued.
After this Ike realized that he had been working with something tougher than iron, harder than steel,—his own unsubdued nature.
On our front should sit fearless confidence and unsubdued hilarity.