Definition of unvanquished in English:

unvanquished

Line breaks: un|van¦quished
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈvaŋkwɪʃt
 
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adjective

(Of an opponent or obstacle) not conquered or overcome: the idea of humbling the hitherto unvanquished islanders
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  • There is nothing more demoralizing to the torturer, or more inspiring to the enemy he seeks to torture, than the sight of the tortured dying with a smile or even a blessing, physically broken but mentally unvanquished.
  • There is not one single facet of your personality or perception of yourself that is left unvanquished.
  • The object of these Sovfilm productions was to celebrate an unvanquished popular spirit emerging from ruined buildings and lives.

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