Etymology
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unbroken (adj.)

c. 1300, in reference to vows or compacts, from un- (1) "not" + broken. Attested from late 15c. in reference to material things; 1510s in reference to courage, spirit, etc.; 1530s in reference to horses; 1560s in reference to the flow of time. Old English had ungebrocen.

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Definitions of unbroken

unbroken (adj.)
marked by continuous or uninterrupted extension in space or time or sequence;
the unbroken quiet of the afternoon
cars in an unbroken procession
unbroken (adj.)
not subdued or trained for service or use;
unbroken colts
unbroken (adj.)
(especially of promises or contracts) not violated or disregarded;
unbroken promises
Synonyms: kept
unbroken (adj.)
not broken; whole and intact; in one piece;
fortunately the other lens is unbroken
unbroken (adj.)
(of farmland) not plowed;
unbroken land
Synonyms: unplowed / unploughed
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