To be sure, this impression sank deep, and I have never forgotten it, but my will was yet unsurrendered and unconquered.
But then his unsurrendered faith in God, his reverence for his task, and his sobering estimate of himself would show as meekness.
This same doctrine, as to the sovereignty of a State in unsurrendered powers, was held by Marshall.
There were eight unsurrendered Guerrillas to bid a last adieu to their old comrades.
It accedes for the same purpose, that is, protection for its unsurrendered sovereignty.
The real secret of an unsatisfied life lies too often in an unsurrendered will.
early 15c., legalese, "a giving up" (of an estate, land grant, interest in property, etc.), from Anglo-French surrendre infinitive used as a noun, from Old French surrendre "give up, deliver over" (see surrender (v.)).