- unflinching + -ly (Wiktionary)
“To realise the relative validity of one's convictions and yet stand for them unflinchingly, is what distinguishes a civilised man from a barbarian.”
“All the designs are there so you can see what worked and what didn’t and the commentary about all the projects in unflinchingly honest without ever being cruel.”
“No doubt that Cannes nod (the first of several festival laurels picked up) stirred some controversy, because this is the kind of unflinchingly provocative movie that dares you to be entertained, or appalled, or both.”
“This kind of unflinchingly forward thinking in problem solving is precisely what we need around here. whatever, Amy Guth it's 10: 27 AM”
“For this new Neutra collection too, Tribù goes unflinchingly for surprising, hard-wearing materials: a frame in painted aluminium, injected under high pressure, and a seat in Batyline or bent beech wood, treated by the patented Belmadur® process.”
““When Prayer Fails: Faith Healing, Children, and the Law” is the first book to look unflinchingly at the tragic cases of children who have died because their parents place absolute faith in the power of prayer rather than in the efficacy of modern medicine.”
“They share a characteristic I call "practical optimism" -- although they clearly perceive current reality, they unflinchingly confront it.”
“TV network Al Jazeera, which is based in Qatar and has been criticised for not covering the nation's affairs as unflinchingly as it does the rest of the world's, also factored into the forum's discussion.”
“Now, in a spirit of healing, we must unflinchingly take a fresh look at the subject and with love in our hearts, find our common ground and once and for all end the American Civil War.”
“It was precisely because "Mad Men" portrayed the sexism of that era so unflinchingly, they told me, that they could not bear to watch.”
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