unshakably

ADVERB
  1. with determination; in a determined manner
    he clung to the past determinedly
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How To Use unshakably In A Sentence

  • The origin of this criticism is affirmative: it is because Pope believed unshakably in the inherence of truth in nature, that he could express so negatively his anxiety at seeing it debased.
  • All the same, in spite of its curiously hybridized form and content, the core of English remained recognizably, unshakably, true to its roots. The English Is Coming!
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  • The Sinfonietta is well established in the concert repertoire as an ideal curtain-raiser, and the operas are rightly regarded as modern classics, still challenging but unshakably masterly.
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