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  • adv. Without quailing; bravely.


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unquailing +‎ -ly


  • But she did not altogether think so, and she rang the doorbell unquailingly.

    Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1902 to 1903

  • She is a brave woman indeed who can look upon such a prospect unquailingly, and I was not brave.

    Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1909 to 1922

  • She looked at him proudly, unquailingly, full in the face.

    The Baronet's Bride

  • Adam, however, bore the storm unquailingly, and when the holy man paused to take breath, he said calmly, --

    The Last of the Barons — Volume 06

  • So there he stood in the bright sunlight of the early morning -- an unarmed man, surrounded by those who, whilst they would yesterday have poured out their heart's blood at his command, were now prepared to hew him in pieces at the bidding of a white-skinned stranger -- with arms folded across the muscular naked chest which throbbed visibly with the intensity of his hardly repressed emotions, his head thrown back, his brows knitted, his lips firmly closed over his rigidly set teeth, and his eyes unquailingly fixed upon the group of white men whom he recognised and tacitly acknowledged as his conquerors and judges.

    The Log of the Flying Fish A Story of Aerial and Submarine Peril and Adventure


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