[ US /ənˈswɝvɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnswˈɜːvɪŋ/ ]
  1. firm and dependable especially in loyalty
    unswerving devotion
    a steadfast ally
    unswerving allegiance
    a staunch defender of free speech
  2. going directly ahead from one point to another without veering or turning aside
    some people see evolution as an undeviating upward march from simple organisms to the very complex
    a straight and narrow tree-lined road unswerving across the lowlands
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How To Use unswerving In A Sentence

  • It is our unswerving target of struggle to develop socialist democratic politics.
  • They were unswerving in affirming the power of education to change people's attitude toward HIV and remove the stigma.
  • He was honest, straightforward, unswerving in his belief.
  • Mild-mannered, teetotal, often other-worldly, he was unswerving in his work for a party notable then for its lack of success.
  • A herdsman, tough and uneducated, he rose high in the army and became praetorian prefect of Diocletian, to whom his loyalty was unswerving.
  • Sister Dorothy paid for her unswerving commitment and dedication with her life.
  • It has been unswerving, their support. Times, Sunday Times
  • They bear the inevitable frustrations of running a 2nd team with long-suffering stoicism, but are unswerving in their insistence on the cultural expectations of the game's social side.
  • Still, despite its huge technological advances, its survival continues to rely on peremptory policing of the West Bank, on an ever-advancing shield of antimissile technology, and on the unswerving commitment of the U.S. The Economic Case for Supporting Israel
  • They, in turn, followed him without question and with unswerving loyalty. Times, Sunday Times
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