Definition of unswerving in English:

unswerving

Syllabification: un·swerv·ing
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈswərviNG
 
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adjective

Not changing or becoming weaker; steady or constant: unswerving loyalty
More example sentences
  • So from this day forward, in accordance with his thesis, the human race will be unswerving in its dedication to fulfilling this end; all human efforts will henceforth be directed towards blowing up the sun.
  • But the reserve's defenders were unswerving in their commitment to a greater cause: conserving the region's biodiversity for the benefit of mankind.
  • The Green Party has demonstrated absolute support and has been unswerving in its commitment.
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unswervingly

adverb
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  • To remember those simple truths, and feel unswervingly confident in them, is almost enough for a protest.
  • While such a sophisticated politician was well aware of the pitfalls involved in fiercely defending his policies and sticking unswervingly to his principles, with hindsight this decision can be seen as fatally flawed.
  • The whole trade mess illustrates that sometimes the shrewdest political strategy is to unswervingly follow ideological principles.

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