Examples of unerring in a Sentence
She has an unerring instinct for language.
He has an unerring sense of good taste.
Recent Examples of unerring from the Web
The production, directed by Joe Mantello with an unerring instinct for the inherent theatricality of psychological truth, is grounded in inescapable reality.
Slauson’s knowledge was so unerring that Barker once acknowledged him from the stage.
Maradona ambled to the box, his confidence seemingly unerring despite his failure in the previous round against Yugoslavia.
Nine minutes of the first half remained when Salah picked the ball up just inside the Roma area and was given far too much time by Juan Jesus to cut inside onto his favoured left foot and curl the ball with unerring accuracy into the top corner.
This poetic, laconic and ineffably beautiful drama has an unerring feel for its subject, a young cowboy struggling against his implacable fate in the American West.
Regina, with the unerring instinct of a killer primate to spot a potential threat, zeroes in on pretty Cady as a plaything for her mind games.
Grandees have been coming here since the Romans, with their unerring nose for real estate, founded it, from the lords of Genoa and Milan to today’s fashion elite.
With the Italian's hitherto unerring spirit cracked, Jairzinho finished them off with a far less exquisite bumbling finish off his knee, after Pele knocked down a route one lob into the box.
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UNERRING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unerring for English Language Learners
: always right and accurate : making no errors
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