- adj. Not quivering.
- un- + quivering (Wiktionary)
“In the face of such provocation, aggressiveness and down right lawlessness, take pride in your approach and unquivering stance in not taking the bait and not giving in to such people whilst exercising such great restraint.”
“And that unquivering Light toward which my longing soul”
“A great hawk at sail overhead hung suddenly motionless upon unquivering wings.”
“The sun was beating full upon his cramped, unquivering figure.”
“Her face was already touched with the finger of death, yet her eyes were undimmed and her lips unquivering.”
“Blake found himself staring straight into the unquivering muzzle of her revolver.”
“The motionless groves on the bank cast an unquivering shadow on the waters.”
“His face was set forward and he was guiding the horses with a firm, unquivering hand.”
“Atli again issued angry commands, and this time the unquivering heart of Högni was produced, whereupon Gunnar, turning to the monarch, solemnly swore that since the secret now rested with him alone it would never be revealed.”
“But with muscles unquivering, without a turned head, the company moved on as if nothing had happened, while one of the judges, an army officer, stepped into the wake of the boys and picked up the fallen steel.”
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