from The Century Dictionary.
- In an unerring manner; without error, mistake, or failure; infallibly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In an unerring manner.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adverb Without making a
mistake, perfectly, directly
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adverb without making errors
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He picked the name unerringly out of the hundreds he carried in his mind, and along with it came automatically all he knew of young Heinrich's history, family, and connections, these appearing in his imagination round the boy's long, dreamy face in a constellation of social affinities, orderly and complex as the pattern of a snowflake.
Thus, there are people who, when they once see any word (we will say a proper name) written or printed, can always afterwards spell that word unerringly, no matter how uncommon it may be.
However, they had "unerringly," as Sarah remarked, migrated to a whole case full of mysteries and romances.
Ranging from the established to the unknown, the solid roster of authors who are invited here for year-round talks highlights these unerringly high standards.
Rafal Kozik, £1.49 Although something of an acquired taste, the board game's winning mix of strategy and competition seems to translate unerringly to iPad, as does building colourful networks of railways across North America against the computer, friends or strangers online.iPad only, Days Of Wonder, £4.99 With side-on 2D courses that defy both conventional architecture and the laws of physics, Super Stickman Golf is a beautifully made game of risk and reward.
I began to move down the halls, silent on my bare feet, and at each juncture I took a turn unerringly.
[T] hree stories, gazing unerringly into forces that cause some people to self-destruct ... and others to find inner strength to last a lifetime.
That Sunday, Garay was preaching a variation on his usual theme, about how prosperity and abundance unerringly find true believers.
But in the moment of election, under the stress and turmoil of the hunted Lolly as under a covering of darkness, the true Laura had settled it all unerringly.
All characters remain true to their already established identities, and Brooks unerringly weaves the many threads of his complex saga into an intricate and colorful tapestry that, taken with the previous books, casts the expected magical spell over the reader. '