Definition of unfaltering in English:

unfaltering

adjective

  • Not faltering; steady; resolute.

    ‘her unfaltering energy and determination’
    • ‘In Northern Ireland I saw private soldiers who spent hours in discomfort with unfaltering concentration logging the movements of suspects.’
    • ‘And despite some emerging differences between he and Prince Charles in the personality department, his loyalty to his father remains unfaltering.’
    • ‘Today, we try to portray an identity of security, strength, and unfaltering freedom.’
    • ‘My brother, his leg in a plaster cast, kept a scrapbook of our first voyage out, in which he was the unfaltering hero.’
    • ‘It was through Emma's unfaltering belief in his writing talent that he decided to change tack and concentrate more on his own screenplays.’
    • ‘The Oxford Philomusica left their audience in no doubt that they merit the unfaltering praise they have received throughout their career.’
    • ‘Their longevity has been based on anything but record sales, and leans more toward the unfaltering, innovative self-awareness that many of us have grown to respect and expect from their work.’
    • ‘She could get there in swift, unfaltering lines.’
    • ‘Will's voice was unfaltering as his plane soared to dizzy heights before tumbling dangerously towards the ground and pulling back into the air, leaving a smoking trail behind him.’
    • ‘Her voice unfaltering, her gaze clear, she read out a list of demands that children of the community had drawn up for implementation.’
    • ‘Damayanti commanded the stage, unfaltering, elegant and magically transformed from the person we knew off-stage.’
    • ‘This may fly in the face of the obvious and maybe I am foolish but I am soaring right now on the faith of unfaltering belief of what is possible.’
    • ‘The figure's cold eyes held an unfaltering determination replaced suddenly by realization.’
    • ‘Ramos succeeds in capturing the sense of community and, more importantly, the unfaltering devotion the members had for the club.’
    • ‘It is not just North West Radio that feels an injustice was done over a year ago, but the entire community feels the same way and it has been your unfaltering support that has kept us fighting the fight.’
    • ‘This realism is in part due to the elaborate set and costume design, but also to Campbell's unfaltering characterisation of Morgan.’
    • ‘It's an unfaltering elixir of dynamic guitar, mystical vocals and energy you don't see nearly enough in electronic music.’
    • ‘Bolan made simplicity into a virtue, largely through an unfaltering sense of rhythm and captivating phrases, which, in turn, gave his songs an almost hypnotic character.’
    • ‘That Father Ray had the foresight, determination and unfaltering work ethics to bring the institutions into existence is outstanding.’
    • ‘The witness looked straight into the eyes of the judge as he uttered the one word, in a steady, unfaltering tone.’
    steady, resolute, resolved, firm, steadfast, fixed, decided, unswerving, unfluctuating, unhesitating, unwavering, unvacillating, untiring, tireless, unflagging, indefatigable, persistent, unyielding, relentless, unremitting, unrelenting, sustained, inexorable, unshakeable
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Pronunciation

unfaltering

/ʌnˈfɔːlt(ə)rɪŋ//ʌnˈfɒlt(ə)rɪŋ/