shakeable

ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being weakened
    the crisis proved his confidence was shakable
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How To Use shakeable In A Sentence

  • An unshakeable belief in freedom. Times, Sunday Times
  • But this doesn't alter McHale's unshakeable belief in the quality of the team and their chances of winning on Saturday.
  • Mr Cameron's inner team is settled in what he calls a diamond formation, with Andy Coulson, the Essex man, on the right wing, his ideas guru Steve Hilton providing the empathy and George Osborne providing the unshakeable will to win. Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph
  • It was a lesson he preached indefatigably, and with unshakeable self-confidence, to newspapers, Cabinet ministers, fellow anthropologists, and community groups.
  • She has an unshakeable belief in the goodness of humanity.
  • One thing that characterizes the ‘traditional’ terrorist groups is their unshakeable belief that they have all the best arguments.
  • He was perfectly unmoved, and took the opportunity to tell me of his unshakeable conviction that France will rise again! Times, Sunday Times
  • A modest man of unshakeable principle, Neil was a tireless fighter for workers' rights for over thirty years.
  • Many Australians maintain an unshakeable belief that property prices will track in one direction only… upwards.
  • I am a bit embarrassed to admit my unshakeable fondness for the royal family and I'm well aware that any further opinions from me may now be obsolete to some readers, but not remotely discomfited to say that I grieved for Princess Diana. Victoria Coren: why I shall be up at dawn to watch the royal family in all its bizarre glory
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