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indomitable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishindomitablein‧dom‧i‧ta‧ble /ɪnˈdɒmətəbəl $ ɪnˈdɑː-/ adjective formal  BRAVEhaving great determination or courage an indomitable old ladyindomitable spirit/will/courage etc Alice was a woman of indomitable spirit.
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indomitablean indomitable will to succeedindomitable spirit/will/courage etcAlice Fernie was a woman of indomitable spirit.Her indomitable spirit is testament enough to her working class, Liverpudlian roots.None of his victories was more characteristic of his indomitable will to win than his first success in the Arlington Million.The chief inspector suddenly understood that the historian's self-important but indomitable spirit was housed in a broken body.
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