Origin of subdued
Examples from the Web for unsubdued
Historical Examples of unsubdued
But he came forth from prison as he entered it, unsubdued in spirit.The Works of Whittier, Volume VI (of VII)
John Greenleaf Whittier
It was, he said, impossible to march into France with Navarre unsubdued in his rear.Henry VIII.
A. F. Pollard
One was the presence of unsubdued and hostile Indian tribes.A History of the United States
He was unsubdued, but was too much dazed to be able to do anything more than swear at them all.A Spoil of Office
Her step had lost its spring, but her cheerful spirit was unsubdued.The Thorogood Family
c.1600, "subjugated," past participle adjective from subdue. Meaning "calmed down, reduced in intensity" is recorded from 1822.