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- adv. In an unfaltering way; without faltering.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unfaltering manner; without faltering.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with determination; in a determined manner
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Her eyes were unfalteringly fixed on his while she spoke, leaving no doubt in his mind to what she referred.
The novel is unfalteringly sure-footed with the many switches between the cases, time, and people's perspectives.
Victoria Jennings Kelsall, herself a former Marine with a tour in Iraq, added to the intrepidity by speaking nearly unfalteringly of her hero-husband and his belief in America's mission.
Harvest Group was unfalteringly producing, and he might be allowed his hobbies.
The man was not a fantaisiste or romanticist at all – he did not even try to give us the churning, prismatic ephemera of dreams, but coldly and sardonically reflected some stable, mechanistic, and well – established horror – world which he saw fully, brilliantly, squarely, and unfalteringly.
It was stunning in its betrayal of good, reliable allies who had unfalteringly stood by us.
I've never seen Hillary unconditionally attach herself as a leader of any particular "cause" per se, the way that a Ted Kennedy or John Conyers have done, passionately and unfalteringly, so it will be interesting to see when Hillary returns to New York City after the general election, what she does next.
He did voices and accents, men, women, talking birds, unfalteringly, a quickness rising to his eyes.
Every utterance of this woman was unfalteringly pious and
God crowns his words with beauty, and his hearers gaze upon him with delight, while he speaks unfalteringly with winning modesty, and is conspicuous amongst the assembled folk, who look upon him as