Definitions

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  • adv. Without deviation; directly, unerringly.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Without deviation; steadily.

Etymologies

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undeviating +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Hills were slit, valleys spanned, well-paved highways forced undeviatingly through the moors and mountains of the Celtic perimeter.

    The Lessons of the Turnpike

  • He bore into it undeviatingly, the way the cigarette had burned through the sheets - the physical action of the curled forefinger.

    The Sanchez Ghost

  • Critiquing Hentoff's autobiography, Speaking Freely, Nicholas von Hoffman refers to him as "a trusting man, a gentle man, just and undeviatingly consistent."

    John W. Whitehead: Nat Hentoff Has Never Lost His Sense of Rage

  • And so by means of telling the truth undeviatingly as it appears to him — by being a great artist and forgoing this and daring that in order to give effect to his prime quality, a sense of reality — he comes in the end to make common actions dignified and common objects beautiful.

    The Common Reader, Second Series

  • It seemed as though some resolution were ripening within him, which he was himself ashamed of, but which he was gradually getting used to; one single thought kept obstinately and undeviatingly moving up closer and closer, one single image stood out more and more distinctly, and under the burning weight of heavy drunkenness the angry irritation was replaced by a feeling of ferocity in his heart, and a vindictive smile appeared on his lips.

    A Sportsman's Sketches

  • There must be complete, comradely, mutual confidence amongst revolutionaries, and we must stand undeviatingly together in the decisive struggle.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • Mind is the monad, science or knowledge the dyad (because it goes undeviatingly from one point to another), opinion the number of the plane, sensation the number of the solid; the numbers are by him expressly identified with the Forms themselves or principles, and are formed out of the elements; now things are apprehended either by mind or science or opinion or sensation, and these same numbers are the Forms of things.

    On the Soul

  • In either case it lacks the fusion of undeviatingly precise, inexorable discipline with imaginative originality and wide range, and that combination of intensity, lyricism, and elegance which had raised the Russian ballet to its former unattainable height.

    The Arts in Russia Under Stalin

  • The Soviet Union and Cuba come out consistently and undeviatingly for the termination of the arms race that was imposed by military circles, and for general and complete disarmament covering both nuclear and conventional arms.

    SOVIET-CUBAN DECLARATION SIGNED IN HAVANA

  • In his great poem "Sunday Morning" the issue is undeviatingly faced in measured and subtle language.

    A Special Supplement: The Other Dostoevsky

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