Were her faith in that unshaken she would be perfectly at rest.
Mr. Lincoln is unshaken in his confidence in Hooker and Butterfield.
She was like some stalwart oak, weathering with unshaken front a hurricane.
She was unshaken in her candour, but he noted the trembling of her lip and he could go no further.
"I've heard," he said again with an unshaken and sombre perseverance.
At times he felt an unshaken confidence in Mrs. Travers—then he remembered her face.
But her composure was unshaken, and Maya was somewhat calmed.
His sufferings were great, yet he invariably bore them with unshaken fortitude.
There was an unshaken conviction that he was doing his best; that his best was the best.
Now, instead of corroboration, he got only a flat and unshaken contradiction.