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unflinching

Line breaks: un|flinch¦ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈflɪn(t)ʃɪŋ
 
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Definition of unflinching in English:

adjective

Not showing fear or hesitation in the face of danger or difficulty: he has shown unflinching determination throughout the campaign
More example sentences
  • Yet, her iron will and unflinching commitment put her on the top.
  • Hunter is unflinching in her commitment to telling a persuasive story, but she is a romantic too.
  • Patel looked Michael square in the eye with unflinching resolve.
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unflinchingly

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adverb
Example sentences
  • In Storytelling, he unflinchingly confronts politically correct expectations of ethnic groups and the disabled, but also has the courage to do so with humor.
  • But for those who can take it unflinchingly, with a fraction of the passion that Christ displayed, this may yet be the most significant viewing experience in a lifetime.
  • These images unflinchingly confronted the gore, the naked terror, the arrogant incompetence, the pointless cruelty, the insane devastation of the military nightmare.

Words that rhyme with unflinching

lynching

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