- Impossible to subdue or overcome or vanquish.
Etymology: From the indomitabilis, in- "not" + domitare frequentive of domare "to tame"
- Personal courage and an indomitable self-confidence were the chief, indeed the only, qualities which spring to light, sprang to light in General Feversham. -- The Four Feathers
- Mr. Miller appears to have been a man of indomitable spirit and industry. -- THE PRETENTIOUS YOUNG LADIES: A COMEDY IN ONE ACT.
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