As he gripped my hand I perceived that he was smitten but unbowed.
The Allies' heads were "bloody but unbowed," and they were still the masters of their fate.
He knew a poem by a man who wrote, "My head is bloody but unbowed."
Under the bludgeoning of chanceMy head is bloody, but unbowed.
I went out of that cruel room resolved that "beneath all the bludgeonings of chance my head should be bloody but unbowed."
They saw a people with heads bloody, but unbowed, working faithfully at wages fifty per cent.
Thus they came back, the Irish Tynesiders, with bloody but unbowed heads.
Here was the man who had not winced or cried aloud, whose spirit was unbowed beneath the bludgeonings of life.
And withal, you stand before me stalwart and unbowed, young blood still in your veins.
The silhouette of this frail girl and her spirit is typical of France: "Her head though bloody is unbowed."