What is the meaning, origin and usage of word ‘Indomitable’?

Meaning: An adjective, "indomitable" means incapable of being subdued or defeated.

Origin: The word has its origin in late Latin, from the word indomitabilis which means untameable, from in (not) + Latin domitare (to tame). Its fust known usage was in 1634.

Usage: Despite the curveballs life threw at her, June had an indomitable spirit which helped her surmount the difficulties she encountered.

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