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unswervable

Line breaks: un|swerv¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈswəːvəbl
 
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Definition of unswervable in English:

adjective

Not changing or becoming weaker; unswerving: their unswervable faith sustained them
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  • Since "Anyone Can Whistle" I have been an unswervable fan of his work, musically as well as lyrically.
  • As exasperated as she was, something about the man's unswervable determination appealed to the Duchess.
  • From his Army days Haast has preserved an unswervable faith in the efficacy of secrets.

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