Definition of unflagging in English:

unflagging

Syllabification: un·flag·ging
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈflaɡiNG
 
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adjective

Tireless; persistent: his apparently unflagging enthusiasm impressed her
More example sentences
  • ‘Your unflagging enthusiasm and hard work has ensured that each one of the events and projects you have been involved in has been a success and will be remembered for many years to come,’ he said.
  • The sheer glee with which Schoeffler attacks these issues, and his unflagging commitment, make him a formidable adversary.
  • Readers will be especially impressed by the Burgesses' unflagging commitment to the struggle for justice.
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unflaggingly

adverb
More example sentences
  • I don't know any doctor or resident or nurse who loves what they do 100% of the time, or are thinking unflaggingly and selflessly about their patients 100% of the time.
  • Described unflaggingly by zealous politicians and their pious servants as ‘visionary’, the Millennium Experience was no such thing.
  • He had toiled unflaggingly to make a name for himself, as a javelin thrower.

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