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- adv. Without deviation; not swerving
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without swerving; undeviatingly; firmly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a constant and steadfast manner
- adv. without swerving; in a direct and unswerving manner
MB, the only relevant principle here, and one that I adhere to unswervingly, is that all human beings are entitled to basic human rights.
Father, and to love Him with the whole heart, and to follow His word unswervingly, while they abstain not only from evil deeds, but even from the desire after them.
"The economic development of the western region has made huge strides," Premier Wen Jiabao said late last year, announcing China's plans to continue the Go West campaign "unswervingly" for another decade.
He pledged to "unswervingly" open the economy to outside investors and said foreign businesses were welcome to open businesses in China, especially research and development centers.
On currency, he said China will move "unswervingly" toward reform, yet at the same time promised to "follow the principle of benefiting both China and the world at large."
to support "unswervingly" the work of the United Nations.
The only crime of Moyer and Haywood is that they have been unswervingly true to the working class.
He was unswervingly kind and gentle to his boys, and his boys waited till one day he was down with fever.
In exploring the issue of debt, Ms. O'Brien takes us to New Jersey's First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, where Rev. Soaries preaches constantly and unswervingly about Black financial literacy and responsibility with the Bible as his backup.
He remains unswervingly positive about Occupy as a "new form of protest".