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Not showing fear or hesitation in the face of danger or difficulty.‘he has shown unflinching determination throughout the campaign’
resolute, determined, single-minded, dogged, decided, resolved, firm, persistent, persevering, committed, unshrinking, unshakeable, steady, unwavering, unblinking, immoveable, unflagging, unswerving, unfaltering, untiring, undaunted, fearless, courageous, stalwartView synonyms
- ‘He laid out, I think, in very unflinching terms what he saw as challenges facing the church.’
- ‘He had once more affirmed its unflinching commitment to truth and justice above all else.’
- ‘Eschewing cheap sentimentality, it casts an unflinching, but compassionate eye over the unpredictability of real life.’
- ‘Her hair strayed like a dark veil in the night wind as she faced the knights with unflinching courage.’
- ‘But the steps taken to resuscitate the bank were swift and unflinching.’
- ‘Hughes offers no cosy assessment of child or adult, yet is unflinching in his acceptance of their capacity for good and evil.’
- ‘His rationale is unflinching, it is all about standards.’
- ‘Guest's camera captures all of these things with unblinking, unflinching honesty.’
- ‘He placed trust in his deep unflinching faith to carry him through.’
- ‘It is amazing to see the couple's unflinching courage against all odds.’
- ‘Patel looked Michael square in the eye with unflinching resolve.’
- ‘Show mercy to the obedient, and unflinching resolve and force to the rebellious.’
- ‘Yet, her iron will and unflinching commitment put her on the top.’
- ‘The young do not seem to be as determined and unflinching as we were when we were in our teens.’
- ‘The gentle nostalgic style of his etchings contrast with his unflinching observation of modern urban and domestic landscapes.’
- ‘Hunter is unflinching in her commitment to telling a persuasive story, but she is a romantic too.’
- ‘However, David has praised Americans for respecting their sporting heroes and their unflinching patriotism.’
- ‘Resolution is an intelligent and unflinching confrontation with the murkier side of human nature.’
- ‘But he was unflinching in his reasons for defying party managers.’
- ‘Throughout his writing life, Amis stuck to an unflinching schedule of 500 words each day.’
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