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Indomitably self-possessed, cool and silent, they did precisely what met the emergency, without flurry or confusion.
CEDAR CREEKELIZABETH HELY WALSHE
From the place of dream and memory, the living longing for her actual self emerged indomitably.
TANTEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
He has seen it and he has suffered from it deeply, both in himself and in others; yet still indomitably he "clings to his paddle."
He never shook them off though he ran; they never brought him to standstill though indomitably they pursued.
ONCE ABOARD THE LUGGERARTHUR STUART-MENTETH HUTCHINSON
The man gave her no opportunity, so indomitably was he waging his campaign to have her go.
THE TYRANNY OF WEAKNESSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
An official, either more indomitably curious or less anxiously self-repressive than the majority, hurried after them.
CARNIVALCOMPTON MACKENZIE
If the single man plant himself indomitably on his instincts, and there abide, the huge world will come round to him.
FAMILIAR QUOTATIONSJOHN BARTLETT
The ranger's voice was soft and drawling, but his eyes were indomitably steady.
A TEXAS RANGERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
They are, in fact, indomitably fierce and utterly self-regarding.
DOMESTICATED ANIMALSNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
"Not after sides had been taken and candidates chosen," declared Jane indomitably.
JANE ALLEN: CENTEREDITH BANCROFT

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