unsubdued

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adjective un·sub·dued \ˌən-səb-ˈdüd, -ˈdyüd\

Definition of unsubdued

  1. :  not conquered or brought under control :  not subdued Though he suffered most of the damage …, his spirit remained unsubdued. — Jack London

1590

First Known Use of unsubdued

1590


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