unhesitating

ADJECTIVE
  1. characterized by quickness and firmness
    his reply was unhesitating
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How To Use unhesitating In A Sentence

  • For this reason, his first great project was a notated Antiphoner: "For, in such a ways, with the help of God I have determined to notate this antiphoner, so that hereafter through it, any intelligent and diligent person can learn a chant, and after he has learned well part of it through a teach, he recognizes the rest unhesitatingly by himself without a teacher. Guido the Innovator
  • ‘Well, thank you,’ I say in a calm, unhesitating voice which totally opposes my feelings.
  • The third movement is an unbroken, unhesitating ascent into Paradise, and the final movement finds us serenely lodged there.
  • I guess philosophy must do something to your libido, because most philosophers unhesitatingly plump for the Socratic option.
  • In contrast to unconstitutional, immediate, and unhesitating military action in Lybia, what explains Obama's initial hesitancy in condemning the ruthless Egyptian tyrant, Hosni Mubarak? Sadia Ahsanuddin: In the Name of Responsibility
  • Coupled with the principle of consultative government is the principle of firm resolution and unhesitating implementation of discipline adopted after consultations.
  • It's slow, but unhesitating, and it's bright not exuberant.
  • The souls of the martyrs were thought to go straight to heaven, as a reward for their unhesitating commitment. The Times Literary Supplement
  • This journalist unhesitatingly labels the report a whitewash.
  • When birds launch their joint attack on the predator, their action is unanimous, It is unhesitating and enthusiastic. Nigel Barber: Small Birds Solve Global Warming
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