from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Never doubted; always steady and on course
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not wavering; not unstable; not fluctuating; fixed; constant; steadfast.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable
- adj. not showing abrupt variations
The plot, unoriginal and unwavering, is the best thing going for this film.
It is very important to understand who you are and remain unwavering in your beliefs and dreams.
Since I have not only neglected my own blog but my friends 'as well (and I consider you a friend, as we all want only the best for each other and stand by in unwavering support), I have been reading back, interest a bit piqued by your last comment.
Others adopted an expression of unwavering ferocity.
How many of us trusted in unwavering U.S. adherence to the principles of the Geneva Convention?
"We will also be conveying very directly and personally to the Haitian people our long-term unwavering support, solidarity and sympathies," Clinton said.
Putting aside weapons and sanctions -- whether it is possible to bomb someone into being peaceful, or starve their children until they are peaceful, or cut off their access to energy and water until they are peaceful -- there seems to be something fundamentally undemocratic about the idea of unwavering nationalism.
From our perspective, this is a defining moment inasmuch as we are not clear where exactly the CNURA government stands on federalism, and whether or not it is giving the idea unwavering support.
U.N. spokesman Martin Nesirky says Secretary General Ban Ki-moon telephoned Mr. Ouattara to reaffirm the U.N.'s "unwavering" support and the determination of U.N. peacekeepers to gain access to alleged mass graves.
Ali's mom was also pushing Chris and his "unwavering" commitment, but I think that's because she wanted Roberto for herself.