What is another word for indomitable?

Pronunciation: [ɪndˈɒmɪtəbə͡l] (IPA)

Indomitable is an adjective that describes a person who is impossible to defeat or break, someone who is strong and resilient, especially in the face of adversity. However, there are other synonyms that can be used instead of indomitable. Some of these words might include indefatigable, tenacious, unyielding, unwavering, determined, resolute, unwavering, persistent, persevering, steadfast, and inexorable. All these words describe an individual who is strong-willed, perseverant, and unstoppable. In essence, they convey the idea of someone who is unbreakable and unshakeable in their determination to achieve their goals, regardless of any challenges they might face.

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What are the opposite words for indomitable?

Indomitable means unbeatable or unconquerable. Antonyms for the word indomitable include weak, vulnerable, submissive, meek, helpless, feeble and fragile. Weak implies a lack of strength, physically or mentally. Vulnerable means susceptible to harm or attack. Submissive means obedient and willing to submit to others' will. Meek means patient, gentle and submissive in nature. Helpless means lacking the ability to act or defend oneself. Feeble means lacking physical or mental strength. Fragile means easily broken or damaged. Antonyms for indomitable are words that describe someone or something that is easily defeated or lacks the strength to succeed.

Usage examples for Indomitable

With a cool indomitable will she had set about it.
William McFee
Picture them in an indomitable long-drawn-out line, wheel to wheel; shadowy forms flitting over that last-or first-piece of road, full of hope and exultation at the thought of the journey's end, or full of anticipation at the journey's beginning.
G. E. Mitton
He stood there immovable, his arms extended, his legs apart, in an attitude of indomitable resistance.
"The Greater Inclination"
Edith Wharton

Famous quotes with Indomitable

  • We learned to be patient observers like the owl. We learned cleverness from the crow, and courage from the jay, who will attack an owl ten times its size to drive it off its territory. But above all of them ranked the chickadee because of its indomitable spirit.
    Tom Brown, Jr.
  • A man who dreads trials and difficulties cannot become a revolutionary. If he is to become a revolutionary with an indomitable fighting spirit, he must be tempered in the arduous struggle from his youth. As the saying goes, early training means more than late earning.
    Kim Jong Il
  • Cast your mind on other days that we in coming days may be still the indomitable Irishry.
    William Butler Yeats
  • Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.
    Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
  • Our firmest convictions are apt to be the most suspect, they mark our limitations and our bounds. Life is a petty thing unless it is moved by the indomitable urge to extend its boundaries.
    Jose Ortega y Gasset

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