- that cannot be subdued or overcome, as persons, will, or courage; unconquerable: an indomitable warrior.
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Surely that only meant that it was indomitably sound and sane.
Never had he seen a small creature so indomitably determined.
The ranger's voice was soft and drawling, but his eyes were indomitably steady.A Texas Ranger
William MacLeod Raine
They are, in fact, indomitably fierce and utterly self-regarding.Domesticated Animals
Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
"Not after sides had been taken and candidates chosen," declared Jane indomitably.Jane Allen: Center
- (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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