[ US /ənˈʃeɪkəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnʃˈeɪkəbəl/ ]
[ UK /ʌnʃˈeɪkəbəl/ ]
marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable
a man of unbendable perseverence
a firm mouth
without flaws or loopholes
an ironclad contract
a bulletproof argument
a watertight alibi
How To Use unshakable In A Sentence
- I can't tell if this is the result of some kind of masochism or an unshakable feeling that staying "informed" is my duty as a citizen. Tanya Schevitz: Josh Radnor Connects to Life Old School Style
- They told how he calmed the people and consoled them with his unshakable belief in God.
- Two young bravos swear that their girlfriends love them with unshakable fidelity.
- How is it then, that when Muslim people migrate in their millions to Europe, with the unshakable insistence that their culture displaces that which pre-exists them, the word 'colonisation' is not used? On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
- A complete inability to act, brigaded with an unshakable refusal to move on stage, hardly impeded the operatic career of the late Luciano Pavarotti. Ivan Katz: The Court Room Instead of the Concert Hall?
- We're not going anywhere," Will said with unshakable conviction, "because we don't come from anywhere. SACRAMENT
- Recently the changes of ocean currents have been detected, and there are some hypotheses to explain them, but we do not have any unshakable theory yet.
- The Gospel was written, as is gathered from the prologue (i, 1-4), for the purpose of giving Theophilus (and others like him) increased confidence in the unshakable firmness of the Christian truths in which he had been instructed, or "catechized" -- the latter word being used, according to Harnack, in its technical sense. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
- Naritsugu isn't just a villain, but a sadist; he lops the limbs off innocent victims with great delight and an unshakable conviction that "punishment is a master's duty. 'Five': A Series Wakes Up at the Wheel
- An unshakable belief sustained me.