One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In a reliable or unchanging way; always.‘individuals who unfailingly obey his orders’‘Trevor was a popular figure, unfailingly polite’
- ‘She has been an unfailingly loyal soldier to her boss.’
- ‘Unlike most poets, O'Hara did not unfailingly preserve or seek to perpetuate the products of his encounter with the muse.’
- ‘His lyrics are unfailingly clever, turning pliable platitudes into weightier fodder.’
- ‘The audience, he reports, is unfailingly mesmerized.’
- ‘The authors of the books were men who unfailingly spoke about the support given by their wives.’
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