unfailingly

[ US /ənˈfeɪɫɪŋɫi/ ]
[ UK /ʌnfˈe‍ɪlɪŋli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. without fail
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How To Use unfailingly In A Sentence

  • My memory will be of an unfailingly courteous, generous and lovable man who kept his powder dry but out of sight. Times, Sunday Times
  • His relations with colleagues, differences of opinion notwithstanding, were unfailingly friendly.
  • The voice on the phone from New York is tremulous, unfailingly polite, marked by hesitations and bursts of nervous laughter.
  • His job was to cook the meals, which he did unfailingly, every day.
  • He was a famously difficult and irascible man, some might even have characterized as mad, but was unfailingly courteous, warm and hospitable towards me.
  • The meats are unfailingly tender and flavorful, and the stuffed tomatoes deserve a Tony Award for best supporting actor.
  • Still, the popular image of "The Gipper"– resolute, square-shouldered, unfailingly optimistic – overlooks a more complicated presidency – and person. Sarah Palin To Address Ronald Reagan Centennial In Santa Barbara
  • And yet so unfailingly good-humoured? Times, Sunday Times
  • He was unfailingly correct and polite. Times, Sunday Times
  • Robinson was a gentleman, unfailingly courteous, with inexhaustible enthusiasm.
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