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  • adjective Not swervable.


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un- +‎ swervable


  • In the passing years Eldin had grown somewhat quick to anger, but his loyalty to his companion remained unswervable.

    Hero Of Dreams

  • Her mind was a queerly turbid, violently turbulent mixture of emotions: hot with a furiously passionate lust for personal, tooth-and-claw revenge; at the same time icily cold with the implacable, unswervable resolve of the dedicated, remorseless, and merciless killer.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • And then he had put his finger on what had seemed to him to be the basic flaw-the original unswervable conception that the fuel had to be placed inside the ship; the metal had to be built to encircle a million tons of water.

    The Martian Way

  • Like a lynx scenting its quarry, the borderman started on the trail, tireless and unswervable.

    The Last Trail


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