Definition of unflinchingly in English:

unflinchingly

adverb

  • See unflinching

    • ‘These images unflinchingly confronted the gore, the naked terror, the arrogant incompetence, the pointless cruelty, the insane devastation of the military nightmare.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘In Storytelling, he unflinchingly confronts politically correct expectations of ethnic groups and the disabled, but also has the courage to do so with humor.’
    • ‘What I love about this movie is that it unflinchingly represents what it's like to be ill - not from a short-term, curable cause, but to have an ongoing condition.’
    • ‘By all accounts, he is a courageous official, prepared to stand unflinchingly in the way of those who try to buy themselves shortcuts around building regulations.’

Pronunciation

unflinchingly

/ʌnˈflɪn(t)ʃɪŋli/