What is another word for indomitably?

160 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ɪndˈɒmɪtəblɪ], [ ɪndˈɒmɪtəblɪ], [ ɪ_n_d_ˈɒ_m_ɪ_t_ə_b_l_ɪ]

Indomitably is a word that describes the quality of being unyielding, unwavering, and determined in the face of adversity. Synonyms for this word could include steadfast, resolute, unconquerable, unwavering, persistent, undaunted, unflagging, unshakable, and tenacious. Each of these words carries a similar meaning to indomitably, indicating an individual who is not easily discouraged or defeated. Someone who is indomitably persistent in their pursuits will not be swayed by setbacks or obstacles, but will instead forge ahead with unwavering determination. These synonyms can be used interchangeably with indomitably to describe an individual who exhibits this type of character.

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What are the hypernyms for Indomitably?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for indomitably?

Indomitably is an adjective that describes a person or a thing that cannot be easily tamed, controlled or conquered. Its antonyms are words that express the opposite meaning of indomitably. Some of the antonyms for indomitably include obediently, tamely, submissively, meekly, timidly, yielding, docilely and acquiescently. All these words indicate a state of being submissive and capable of being controlled or easily tamed. Unlike indomitably, they characterize a person or a thing that is easily influenced and does not exhibit resilience or strength of will. These antonyms offer a vast array of options for a speaker or writer seeking to express the opposite meaning of indomitably.

What are the antonyms for Indomitably?

Usage examples for Indomitably

It had remained for Martin, the indomitably ignorant, to be blind to her mental attitude, to assume her a normal woman of the world in which he found her.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee
It would indeed have been strange if he could have been merry; and, to say truth, he was not greatly so; but he kept up his hope indomitably.
"True and Other Stories"
George Parsons Lathrop
Ootah asked himself all the questions men ask in such a crisis; why, when he loved so indomitably, the heart of Annadoah should stir only with the thought of another; why the spirits that weave the fabric of men's fate had designed it thus.
"The Eternal Maiden"
T. Everett Harré

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