unhesitatingly

[ UK /ʌnhˈɛsɪtˌe‍ɪtɪŋli/ ]
[ US /ənˈhɛzɪˌteɪtɪŋɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. without hesitation
    she said yes unhesitatingly
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How To Use unhesitatingly 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
  • I will tell _you_ unhesitatingly of such 'corrigenda' -- nay, I will again say, do not humiliate me -- _do not_ again, -- by calling me 'kind' in that way. The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, Vol. 1 (of 2) 1845-1846
  • As a mark of his noble puissance, shops and restaurants throughout the city unhesitatingly honored his money at full face value. LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY
  • I scanned the paper quickly and unhesitatingly signed on the bottom line.
  • Or is it because they hope they can relight that spark which once made their colleagues reach unhesitatingly for their cheque books.
  • In the latter case some go as far as speaking unhesitatingly of the mind as a subject - or a self, ego, or even a soul.
  • Without laying claim to this country by right of conquest, without pleading even the mockery of cession, or the cheatery of sale, we have unhesitatingly entered upon, occupied, and disposed of its lands, spreading forth a new population over its surface, and driving before us the original inhabitants. An account of the manners and customs of the Aborigines and the state of their relations with Europeans, by Edward John Eyre
  • 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
  • One look at him as a prospective talesman in a murder case and you would have unhesitatingly murmured, "The defense challenges peremptorily! By Advice of Counsel
  • I would unhesitatingly choose the latter option.
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