One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Not restrained or subdued.‘London remained unsubdued’
triumphant, conquering, vanquishing, winning, champion, successful, top, first, second to noneView synonyms
- ‘Soon he was to be found in the forefront of battles over illegal immigration, in defence of the sans-papiers, becoming the most authoritative voice of unsubdued opinion in France.’
- ‘The effect of allusion in her poem, finally, is to compel appreciation of her unsubdued vitality.’
- ‘He is the leader of a hilarious village of "unsubdued and irksome" Gauls still holding out against Caesar's legions in 50 B.C.’
- ‘She, with all her treachery and greed, remains unsubdued.’
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