- s marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable
a man of unbendable perseverence
- The hope is that overwhelming military firepower will defeat unbendable faith, and, for our part, let's hope they have better success than we've had in Iraq.
- That unbendable belief in his own truth may have indeed gotten the now Pope Benedict XVI into trouble with his provocative September speech about faith and violence that sparked .
- In both cities, he was known for his ability to bend supposedly unbendable bureaucratic rules to get new low-income housing built, and to bring a sense of esthetics to that ugly .
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- Jeffrey Bowen: Extracurricular activities are vital educational asset
When I became a high school freshman in Laconia, N.H., in the late 1950s, the school was already a star in the world of the National Forensic League (NFL). The main reason was Ruth Estes, who taught Latin and advised the debate and speech club. Estes had gusto and an unbendable will.
Dec. 5, 2013 - The Buffalo News
- Alan Garcia in Xinhua
Peru and the Peruvians should get inside that spirit, to absorb that unbendable soul,Garcia said.