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unflinching

adjective un·flinch·ing \-ˈflin-chiŋ\

: staying strong and determined even when things are difficult

: looking at or describing something or someone in a very direct way

Full Definition of UNFLINCHING

:  not flinching or shrinking :  steadfast, uncompromising <unflinching determination>
un·flinch·ing·ly \-chiŋ-lē\ adverb

Examples of UNFLINCHING

  1. <he was unflinching in his determination to see that justice was done>

First Known Use of UNFLINCHING

1728

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