Definition of unconquerably in US English:

unconquerably

adverb

  • See unconquerable

    • ‘Olive is an ordinary but unconquerably optimistic girl with a fascination for beauty contests.’
    • ‘Like a chunk of glacier that has somehow run aground in the middle of downtown, it evokes the unconquerably primordial nature of the Pacific Northwest's landscape.’
    • ‘However, please forgive my teasing, for I am in an unconquerably joyous mood.’
    • ‘He will give no room in himself to thoughts other than those of God, and his soul will be unconquerably pure and will alone break all the bonds of mind and matter and become serenely free.’
    • ‘In contrast, the towers and anchors stand unconquerably rigid and strong.’

Pronunciation

unconquerably

/ˌənˈkäNGk(ə)rəblē//ˌənˈkɑŋk(ə)rəbli/