The judge claimed to be impressed, but unswayed, as he noted: “History has shown good men do bad things.”
The feather held to his mouth was unswayed,—the mirror untarnished.
In his striving after truth he was unswayed in his judgment by petty prejudices.
It was plain that the policy of the Crown was to be as unswayed by the will of the nation as in the days of King James.
I am like an old attorney, unswayed by any sentiment whatever.
Of stature greater than his own the golden-rod stood, crested with yellow plumes, unswayed by the still air.
But the other detective's judgment was unswayed, and he considered Hildreth guilty.
It went up as straight as an arrow, unswayed by any breath of air, to a great height.
She had been wholly matter-of-fact and unimaginative, unswayed by petty trivialities and broad in her decision.
Securus judicat orbis terrarum—The world's judgment is unswayed by fear.