- that cannot be subdued or overcome, as persons, will, or courage; unconquerable: an indomitable warrior.
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If there was a problem, Louis B. Mayer, the indomitable head of MGM, would fix it.Mickey Rooney Was Hollywood’s Golden Age Showman
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Anne Frank was a Holocaust victim who inspired millions with her indomitable spirit.
Anne Frank was a Holocaust victim who inspired millions with her bravery, intelligence, and indomitable spirit.
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Nevertheless, indomitable in her purpose, she maintained the struggle.Within the Law
And then come the fighting-men—a gallant, ragged, indomitable band.Camps, Quarters and Casual Places
But the life and soul of his party was the indomitable Muza.Leila, Complete
But at front and rear, unawed and indomitable, toiled the two men who were not yet dead.
Life was flowing through him again, splendid and indomitable.
- (of courage, pride, etc) difficult or impossible to defeat or subdue
C17: from Late Latin indomitābilis, from Latin indomitus untamable, from in- 1 + domitus subdued, from domāre to tame
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