Definition of unwavering in English:

unwavering

adjective

  • Not wavering; steady or resolute.

    ‘she fixed him with an unwavering stare’
    • ‘She carries absolute and unwavering support as a DA leader from the liberals in her own province.’
    • ‘I'm lucky that I've had unwavering support on this from my parents, my friends, and my advisors.’
    • ‘Her return to health is a testament to her unwavering resolve and will to live.’
    • ‘An unwavering sense of purpose, or destiny, motivates many impostors, and even exposure rarely lessens this desire.’
    • ‘He said the key to success was the unity of beet growers and the unwavering support of other farmers.’
    • ‘She smiled at him and later looked away, abashed, at his unwavering stare.’
    • ‘I could not have led the life I had, were it not for her unwavering support.’
    • ‘His unwavering stare was causing an unwanted reaction in my stomach.’
    • ‘The laughter would fuse into worry as she realized I was unwavering in my inexorable demands.’
    • ‘He told me all along he would be the champion miler of the world with unwavering optimism and I would say we are three-quarters of the way there now.’
    • ‘We managed to give him a decent funeral only because of the unwavering support of our true and financial capable friends.’
    • ‘He has seen Susan through the darkest of times, been an unwavering, solid support for her and their children.’
    • ‘Her face was firm, unwavering, jaw set and strong as the nature of William's grin changed.’
    • ‘With unwavering resolve we support plurality, egalitarianism, and the political process.’
    • ‘Even with unwavering support from communities, most clubs are in dire straits.’
    • ‘At election times, they were always having a go at him and ribbing him about his unwavering support for me.’
    • ‘Now many say their country has turned its back on the Taliban after pledging its unwavering support for the US.’
    • ‘The mayor picked him over career police executives for his unwavering political loyalty and subservience.’
    • ‘He is considered knowledgeable, unwavering in convictions and committed to the law.’
    • ‘You've got to just hold steady and steadfast and unwavering in certain situations.’
    steady, fixed, resolute, resolved, firm, steadfast, decided, unswerving, unfluctuating, unhesitating, unfaltering, unvacillating, untiring, tireless, unflagging, indefatigable, persistent, unyielding, relentless, unremitting, unrelenting, sustained, inexorable, unshakeable
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Pronunciation

unwavering

/ʌnˈweɪv(ə)rɪŋ/