One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I would unhesitatingly recommend him for any position for which degeneracy, extreme turpitude, blatant immorality and total disregard of ordinary decent standards are the prime requisites.’
- ‘I scanned the paper quickly and unhesitatingly signed on the bottom line.’
- ‘Pawel, whom I already knew and liked and would unhesitatingly describe as a genius, was soon attached as director, and instantly brought a new sensibility to bear on the script.’
- ‘Or is it because they hope they can relight that spark which once made their colleagues reach unhesitatingly for their cheque books.’
- ‘As for Gilbert, Bradman said that the five balls ‘were unhesitatingly faster than anything seen from Larwood or anyone else.’’
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