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- adj. that does not deviate, veer or turn aside; unswerving
- adj. that does not change; steady
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not deviating; not departing from a rule, principle, or purpose; uniform; regular.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. used of values and principles; not subject to change; steady
- adj. going directly ahead from one point to another without veering or turning aside
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So the estimable seed of Kumi, eight centuries before, had entered into the aliis of Lakanaii, and been passed down by them in the undeviating line to reposit in
Obedience, rigid, undeviating obedience, was what was exacted of him; and in return he escaped beatings and his existence was tolerated.
Christ will be the sinner whose genuine regret makes him forgivable, whilst these humane positions are never ones that Jesus, in his undeviating trajectory towards holiness, will ever inhabit.
Personally, however, he prefers declarations of undeviating resolve that are more reminiscent of George Bush.
And undeviating, someone else capability spit up it into a apply for and sell down the river it, without paying you.
Islam embodies an undeviating path to peace of mind, attained by aligning one's physical, mental, financial, family and community affairs to this primary goal, which we should help each other work toward.
Then a Texas colonel proposed a toast to Wickliffe: “the early, steadfast, and undeviating friend of this republic.”
He is by nature an undeviating partisan of the path of least resistance.
He had all the batsmen in trouble with late movement coupled with an almost undeviating accuracy but his only wicket was Paul Nixon, who was caught at second slip after playing and missing four times in an over.
Creative individuals and undeviating purpose and rationality achieve joy and fulfillment.