Definition of indomitability in US English:

indomitability

noun

  • See indomitable

    • ‘It's hard to suddenly be vulnerable when you've spent a lifetime cultivating indomitability.’
    • ‘She overcame them through conviction, self-confidence and indomitability.’
    • ‘There is a core of indomitability about them which will inevitably see them right at some stage (watch this space - great things possibly lie in wait for them).’
    • ‘Susan was an unforgettable presence to all who encountered her, for her artistic integrity and indomitability went together with an immensely generous spirit.’
    • ‘It wasn't in the least mawkish and in fact, said something profound to me about the indomitability of human spirit - Hazel's in particular.’

Pronunciation

indomitability

/ɪnˌdɑmədəˈbɪlədi//inˌdämədəˈbilədē/