Definition of unshrinking in English:

unshrinking

Line breaks: un|shrink¦ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈʃrɪŋkɪŋ
 
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adjective

Unhesitating; fearless.
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  • What Sayre admired was not some vague nobility that she found among the London exiles, but their unshrinking and ongoing commitment to radical goals.
  • Invoking the spirit of our forefathers, the army asks your unshrinking support, to the end that the high ideals for which America stands may endure upon the earth.
  • Neill is in the business of making Meryl Streep, Holly Hunter, and Judy Davis look good; it could be argued that these unshrinking violets have given their finest performances opposite him.

Derivatives

unshrinkingly

adverb
More example sentences
  • But it also unshrinkingly shows the viciousness of terrorism and the three-dimensional reality of victims who might otherwise recede into facelessness.
  • She sat down beside him on the old bench and looked unshrinkingly in his face.
  • Posing difficult questions and challenges, Rogers unshrinkingly probes the consequences of standing for Truth in a world of ambiguities.

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