Meaning of unbrokenness in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnˈbrəʊkənnəs/


See unbroken

‘Because of unbrokenness, we can find it very difficult to share our real spiritual need with others.’
  • ‘It's only because we imagine some state of unbrokenness that we think brokenness is tragic.’
  • ‘We have insisted all along that unbrokenness at the lower level is a condition of and not an argument against the presence and effectiveness of higher organizing factors.’
  • ‘The unbrokenness of the church's life is based solidly in the Holy Scriptures, as the crown of the church's Tradition.’
  • ‘Could all the laws have a unbrokenness of relatedness?’