[ UK /ʌnflˈæɡɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ənˈfɫæɡɪŋ/ ]
  1. unceasing
    unflagging courtesy
    unfailing loyalty
    unfailing good spirits
  2. showing sustained enthusiastic action with unflagging vitality
    a tireless worker
    unflagging pursuit of excellence
    an indefatigable advocate of equal rights
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How To Use unflagging In A Sentence

  • It takes a generous mix of humor, bravado, and unflagging optimism for Krauss to persist in the task he's given himself.
  • The book is not one word too long and its narrative pace is unflagging.
  • Meanwhile, his unflagging aggression in debate, almost four decades after he first stood for Parliament in an ‘unwinnable’ Liverpool seat, is the phenomenon of the current Westminster scene.
  • His exuberance and unflagging talents were duly noted by West Indies selectors and it wasn't long before he became a member of the West Indies under-19 team.
  • Described unflaggingly by zealous politicians and their pious servants as ‘visionary’, the Millennium Experience was no such thing.
  • We owed the Shah a great deal for his unflagging loyalty during the October War.
  • An indefatigable advocate of equal rights; a tireless worker; unflagging pursuit of excellence.
  • If that situation is to change, physicists must have an unflagging commitment to education.
  • They remained, for example, unflaggingly matrilineal and matrifocal into recent eras. Societies, Religion, and History: Central East Tanzanians and the World They Created, c. 200 BCE to 1800 CE
  • He travelled unflaggingly to address amateur groups and responded to individual requests for advice or information. Times, Sunday Times
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