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uncompromisingly

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  • adv. In an uncompromising manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an uncompromising manner

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Examples

  • You have shown great courage in uncompromisingly repudiating provincial repression and political terror.

    The Nobel Prize in Literature 2009 - Presentation Speech

  • After a while she sat down on her trunk, though with her small back erect, and her expression uncompromisingly stern.

    Poor, Dear Margaret Kirby

  • Mpumalanga, the board had to act "uncompromisingly" against even the smallest offenders to retain local and foreign confidence in

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • I don't think I'd consider it "unprofessional," but I would warn the student that he or she may not be ready for the kind of uncompromisingly blunt discussions that might arise in graduate school.

    Wired Campus

  • Despite the fluidity in parish membership among immigrants, a sense of Catholic identity is uncompromisingly strong.

    American Grace

  • "It was her life's mission to preach and teach the Gospel uncompromisingly," said her third son, Joel R. Peebles, who will now become the church's senior pastor.

    Megachurch co-founder reached beyond the pews

  • Current wisdom indicates an uncompromisingly adult-themed Hyborian epic with nudity, assault as well as swordplay.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Backward, from the apex, his head slanted down to his neck and forward it slanted uncompromisingly to meet a low and remarkably wide forehead.

    The Mad God

  • Like the iPod or the Mac operating system, it is uncompromisingly beautiful.

    I just called to say, "I'm on welfare" (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • The ECB, they were told, was going to be the Bundesbank reincarnated—the heir to the trusted, wholly independent central bank that uncompromisingly pursued a policy of hard money, low inflation and prudence.

    Europe's Bad Bank

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