Definition of indomitably in English:

indomitably

adverb

  • See indomitable

    • ‘They are mainly people marked by a harsh childhood, victims of a society which survived by dint of imposition and whose lives created an indomitably rebel spirit.’
    • ‘The photograph confirms what everyone knows: she was indomitable, indomitably feminine and a damned nuisance.’
    • ‘The persistence of all these differences is a tribute to an indomitably unbiddable spirit and may even be a useful metaphor against conformism in other fields too.’
    • ‘For the next forty-five twilit years of eclipse, he was to carry on, a true Man of Letters, indomitably writing - in Nassau, Paris, and Menton.’
    • ‘None of us is infinitely wise, impossibly strong or indomitably virtuous.’

Pronunciation

indomitably

/ɪnˈdɒmɪtəbli/