indomitably

indomitable

[in-dom-i-tuh-buhl]
adjective
that cannot be subdued or overcome, as persons, will, or courage; unconquerable: an indomitable warrior.

Origin:
1625–35; < Late Latin indomitābilis < Latin indomit(us) untamed (in- in-3 + domitus, past participle of domāre to subdue, tame, bring under control) + -ābilis -able; compare Latin indomābilis

indomitability, indomitableness, noun
indomitably, adverb


unyielding. See invincible.


yielding.
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indomitable (ɪnˈdɒmɪtəbəl)
 
adj
(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]
 
indomita'bility
 
n
 
in'domitableness
 
n
 
in'domitably
 
adv

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indomitable
1634, from L.L. indomitabilis "untameable," from in- "not" + L. domitare, freq. of domare "to tame" (see tame).
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