from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In an unwavering manner.
- adv. consistently, staunchly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unwavering manner; steadfastly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with resolute determination
Yes, it appears some sitcom clichés remain unwaveringly intact: Penny and Leonard’s sex life is merely “fine,” a problem Sheldon promptly blurts out in front of Penny, which causes the new couple to careen into a night of forced inebriation in an attempt to get foxy in the boudoir.
Tom "-- she spoke her discarded husband's name unwaveringly, smiling still --" Tom has not quite taken her at full value, though he has been -- splendid.
Their rifles continued to be trained unwaveringly on their two captives, although once again, their crossfire could easily take out the blond Spear and the brunette Blade.
“But at the same time, it is NOT ‘pointless’ to be enthusiastically, tear-jerkingly, unwaveringly ‘proud’ of the ‘land of your birth’ â to the point where people are actually STILL SURPRISED â or even scandalized â when yet another of ‘our’ scandals come to light.”
But at the same time, it is NOT “pointless” to be enthusiastically, tear-jerkingly, unwaveringly “proud” of the “land of your birth” — to the point where people are actually STILL SURPRISED — or even scandalized — when yet another of “our” scandals come to light.
I just want you to answer why the stimulus has not provided jobs as you unwaveringly said it would do???
In the photo he wore a dress uniform, hair high and tight, black eyes staring unwaveringly at the camera.
"Heroes" has lost it's ability to hold my attention unwaveringly, though.
You read a book you enjoy so thoroughly and unwaveringly, and you can't help but wonder: How the hell did he/she come up with that?
"The FOMC remains unwaveringly committed to price stability and, in particular, to achieving a rate of inflation in the medium term that is consistent with the Federal Reserve's mandate," Mr. Bernanke said.