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  • adj. Not flickering.


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un- +‎ flickering


  • The glow was steady, unflickering, not a candle to light the darkness but a monstrous anomaly swallowing the light of its neighboring star.


  • She is like the unflickering flame of a candle, steady, serene, softly brilliant. . .

    Portrait of An Artist

  • Instead of torches, Roger used lamps that burned with a bright, unflickering light.

    In the Hand of the Goddess

  • Oh, yes, for if Vicki seemed bright and unflickering, an electrical glow in life's filament, then Garrison himself was the light switch.


  • He found himself looking into dark brown eyes, wide open, unflickering and only slightly mascaraed.

    Crime On the Coast

  • From the tall brass candlesticks upon the table, the unflickering tapers shone down upon gleaming damask and glistening silver, and kindled sparks amid the diamonds that caught up the folds of lace on the dark head of Doña Orosia, and that gemmed the white fingers clasping her slow-moving fan.

    Margaret Tudor A Romance of Old St. Augustine

  • He looked full at Wentworth as he said it with that direct, unflickering gaze of his.

    The Odds And Other Stories

  • The man's look still rested upon her with unflickering directness.

    The Odds And Other Stories

  • They looked full at Babbacombe with unflickering steadiness, that was all.

    The Swindler and Other Stories

  • His eyes, unflickering, dazzlingly bright, were fixed upon his brother's face.



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