unswerving

unswerving
[[t]ʌnswɜ͟ː(r)vɪŋ[/t]]
ADJ: usu ADJ n
If you describe someone's attitude, feeling, or way of behaving as unswerving, you mean that it is strong and firm and does not weaken or change.

In his diary of 1944 he proclaims unswerving loyalty to the monarchy.

...her unswerving belief in her father's innocence.

Syn:
unflagging, staunch

English dictionary. 2008.

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  • unswerving — 1690s, from UN (Cf. un ) (1) “not” + prp. of SWERVE (Cf. swerve) (v.) …   Etymology dictionary

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  • unswerving — adj. unswerving in (unswerving in one s determination to stamp out corruption) * * * [ʌn swɜːvɪŋ] unswerving in (unswerving in one s determination to stamp out corruption) …   Combinatory dictionary

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  • unswerving — adjective Date: 1694 1. not swerving or turning aside 2. steady, unfaltering < unswerving loyalty > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • unswerving — adjective Not deviating; not yielding or straying or varying. They followed the ritual with unswerving faith …   Wiktionary

  • unswerving — adj. Unswerving is used with these nouns: ↑loyalty, ↑support …   Collocations dictionary

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