Examples of unbroken in a Sentence
an unbroken row of trees
eight hours of unbroken sleep
The band has had an unbroken string of hits.
The Olympic record he set is still unbroken.
Recent Examples of unbroken from the Web
The remaining three movements not only took their incandescence from that opening — one fuse lighting the next in an unbroken chain — but flourished even more engrossingly in the space left by Valcuha’s comparative restraint at the outset.
Although fossils of the species’s body are often well preserved, unbroken remains of its delicate skull remained elusive until one of Bhullar’s teammates literally stumbled across a specimen while prospecting for fossils in Kansas in 2014.
Those supple green leaves, those sturdy, unbroken stems.
They were put there by a stone blade; on the only unbroken scapula in the set, there are 32 notches, but some have as few as three.
If not before, the unbroken chain between his life and those of the men, women and children locked up earlier in slave pens is made crystal clear.
With On Chesil Beach, which will be in theaters next month, Saoirse Ronan sustains an unbroken streak of acting excellence that has encompassed The Grand Budapest Hotel, Brooklyn, and Lady Bird.
Buoyed by an economy growing at the fastest pace in three years, Barisan Nasional is favored to extend its unbroken hold on power since independence in 1957.
Alioto, on the other hand, has a long and unbroken record of support for the police union, dating back to her days as a city supervisor in the 1980s and ’90s.
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UNBROKEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unbroken for English Language Learners
: not damaged or broken
: not interrupted
of a record : not beaten or improved upon : not surpassed
UNBROKEN Defined for Kids
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