unbowed

[uhn-boud]
adjective
1.
not bowed or bent.
2.
not yielding or submitting, as to defeat; not subjugated: Even when their country was occupied, the people of Norway remained unbowed.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English; see un-1 + bowed

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unbowed (ʌnˈbaʊd)
 
adj
1.  not bowed or bent
2.  free or unconquered

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Example sentences
To watch the world's vain phantasies go by with unbowed head.
The last two presidential elections have left pollsters somewhat bloodied but
  unbowed.
Defenders of such exclusive gene patents remain unbowed by criticism.
Its staff will fight on, unbowed and unafraid, with the courage to which you
  have become accustomed.
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