unresigned

See: recusant
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I am resigned to my fate now, so I don't think I'll go out for fear I'll get unresigned again.
She slipped down in the darkness, stole out the front door, approached the place of sacrifice, lifted the cover of the well, gave one unresigned shudder, and flung the parasol downward with all her force.
But the 52-year-old, who resigned and unresigned as leader once before, immediately came under fire for following David Cameron and Boris Johnson in walking away from the Brexit chaos.
that in the gaps between real life and human desire, "novels provide humans with lives they're unresigned to not having" (1).
Being resigned to strangeness means also that Glory is unresigned to aspects of Gilead, aspects of the native and natural environment.
About his birthplace Cesaire writes that Basse-Pointe is a town that is "inert, panting under the geometric burden of its forever renascent cross, unresigned to its fate, dumb" (Cesaire 2007a:73).
He fought bravely, never admitting defeat, and remained deeply unresigned to leaving the life he lived so fully and generously.