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  • adj. Lacking hesitation; not hesitant


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  • Anna reaches the pooling mist and wades through, unhesitant.

    The light that draws the flower

  • He simply began dipping his brush into the paint and applying the colors in unhesitant brush strokes to the white surface.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

  • Kossoff's palette is now remarkably subdued, but the brushwork is powerful and unhesitant; the familiar, heavily impasto'ed surfaces are in constant agitation, exciting to the eye and requiring the mind to participate in the creation of the image.

    Peter Clothier: One Saturday: Art/L.A.

  • When Schmidt was asked if he thought that the country could “afford such a program,” he was unhesitant in his reply: “Not only can we afford the effort, we cannot afford not to do it.”

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • I type the following with a straight face and unhesitant fingers: "Bravo."

    Desperate Academics

  • I will be unhesitant in admitting it if they are, far more overcome by relief than I ever could be embarassed on that score!

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Everything about Martine could be known by her knock: unhesitant, energetic, persistent.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • I should also mention that in discussions with Fritts and Guiot prior to sending out the message a year ago, each of them was both very polite and unhesitant about accepting the problems.

    Wilson et al 2007 « Climate Audit

  • I'm more selfish with my time, unwilling to give any random request for help an unhesitant "yes."

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • You made every sacrifice in the hopes of wresting for me a better life -- unhesitant, unflinching, without regret.

    For Shmi


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