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Definition of "unshakeable" []

  • (of beliefs, convictions, etc) utterly firm and unwavering (adjective)
  • Not able to be shaken; firm, solid, resolute (adjective)

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Use "unshakeable" in a sentence
  • "I am sure, have joined with me in unshakeable faith that this crucial test will be met; that the searing lessons of this latest war and the promise of the United Nations Organization will be the cornerstones of a new edifice of enduring peace and the guideposts of a new era of human progress."
  • "And Feste, echoing the criticism of these decisions, approvingly recalled the unshakeable instinct of many of the WWII generation to defend the incarceration of Japanese Americans:"
  • "They see U.S. support for Israel - which Obama declared as "unshakeable" - as underpinning the refusal of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government to halt the construction of Jewish settlements on lands that the Palestinians claim for their future state."