un·shak·a·ble / ˌənˈshākəbəl/ (also un·shake·a·ble) • adj. (of a belief, feeling, or opinion) strongly felt and unable to be changed: an unshakable faith in God. ∎ unable to be disputed or questioned: an unshakable alibi.DERIVATIVES: un·shak·a·bil·i·ty / -ˌshākəˈbilətē/ n.un·shak·a·bly / -blē/ adv.
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