[ UK /ʌnkwˈɛst‍ʃənɪŋli/ ]
  1. in an unquestioning manner
    he followed his leader unquestioningly
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How To Use unquestioningly In A Sentence

  • She hadn't waited, summoning him to her house that same night with the call to police headquarters, and he had gone, unquestioningly. AMAGANSETT
  • He came hand in hand with Myfanwy, looking unquestioningly up at her. THE WHITE DOVE
  • People who unquestioningly forward on hoax virus warnings to their entire address book in the name of ‘being helpful’ make me want to throw them off a cliff in the name of ‘buying them flying lessons’.
  • Other social actors, like families, churches, private charities, philanthropies, and civic groups, not to mention private business, are all to submit unquestioningly to government supremacy in every human arena. Rev. Chuck Currie: Institute On Religion And Democracy Continues Campaign Of Disinformation
  • Unquestioningly, the tree grants their desire, but also gifts them cupidity, insomnia, anxiety and frustration.
  • He felt lying was somehow old-fashioned, a technique used by the old school and unquestioningly passed down through the generations. PROSPECT HILL
  • Dahlia Lithwick reports that it was a very depressing day in the Court, and not just because the conservative men on the bench seemed to think that adults have the authority to treat teenage girls 'bodies as though they were the trunks of cars stopped on the highway and that the girls in question should respond as emotionlessly and unquestioningly as cars. The difference between in loco parentis and loco school principals
  • The local youth hero-worship and follow him unquestioningly as he sets an example of destruction of a life full of promise by killing brain cells in search of the apparently seductive allure of petrol-fuelled nirvana.
  • The Senate report has determined unquestioningly that Dick Cheney never heard about Wilson's trip.
  • I seem to recall that 30 years ago, when christening was a rite carried out almost unquestioningly, godparents were often appointed as a matter of course or protocol, and the role meant little more than remembering birthdays.
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