not broken; whole; intact.
not tamed, as a horse.
- un·bro·ken·ly, adverb
- un·bro·ken·ness, noun
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How to use unbroken in a sentence
From an activist standpoint, it makes Alencastre’s film a powerful journalistic call to action, a reminder that the struggles of our past are connected in an unbroken line to those of the present.‘AIDS Diva,’ ‘Boulevard’ offer history lessons not to be missed | John Paul King | August 27, 2021 | Washington Blade
The Endless Wall has a lifetime of routes with almost three miles of unbroken cliff line offering 100-foot-tall sport and traditional routes galore.The Ultimate New River Gorge National Park Travel Guide | awise | July 19, 2021 | Outside Online
At the very least, I cheated paralysis—my neck and back were miraculously unbroken.We Need to Talk About Mental Health in the Mountains | Drew Petersen | June 30, 2021 | Outside Online
The jacket is constructed so the shoulders descend in an unbroken slope from the collar, and the bottom hem curves upward, creating a rounded silhouette, hence its given name, “round jacket.”Is Kanye West’s zipperless puffer the start of Gap’s revival? | Marc Bain | June 8, 2021 | Quartz
They vaulted from edge to edge to edge, and I could feel that gyroscopic tug as I cut unbroken lines from turn to turn to turn, accelerating on the low-angle groomer as islands of trees zipped by faster and faster and faster.
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 | Barbie Latza Nadeau | January 8, 2015 | THE DAILY BEAST
You, on the other hand, have made an unbroken string of technically false claims.
This land of unbroken spirit is also rife with Old West saloons and ghost towns.
Even though her research interests were considerably broad, one central thread remained unbroken—Solomon Northup.
When the presidency was an unbroken string of white men, there were no calls for him to run for the White House.
The long unbroken block had as many and as various stores as are generally spread over the entire area of a town.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
He wrote no other dramatic work under such a long and unbroken spell of inspiration.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky | Modeste Tchaikovsky
Yet his spirit was unbroken; he composed sonnets, and prepared a series of works, forming a complete system of philosophy.
For a few seconds the silence was unbroken save for a whir of a taxicab passing outside.The Doctor of Pimlico | William Le Queux
The effect of this unbroken succession of feminine verses is slightly monotonous, though the poet shifts his pauses skilfully.Frdric Mistral | Charles Alfred Downer
British Dictionary definitions for unbroken
complete or whole
continuous or incessant
undaunted in spirit
(of animals, esp horses) not tamed; wild
not disturbed or upset: the unbroken silence of the afternoon
(of a record, esp at sport) not improved upon
(of a contract, law, etc) not broken or infringed
- unbrokenly, adverb
- unbrokenness, noun
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