Examples of unflinching in a Sentence
he was unflinching in his determination to see that justice was done
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That unflinching, see-for-yourself attitude suffuses her video, which starts as a confessional.
Winner: Winnie the Pooh Hanyu’s personal mascot is the cuddly Disney bear (he reportedly is comforted by its unflinching gaze).
With the West Coast sitting comfortably at his fingertips, in a matter of six years, Lamar's unflinching approach has earned him rap immortality.
If Kelly did not know about the allegations in Porter’s past, then his unflinching defense is a matter of bad judgment, but there are reasons to believe that Kelly should have known.
Mack also has an unflinching belief that this is all about his players and doing right by them.
Then a sharp-shooting wing for the Wolverines and eventual Big Ten Player of the Year, Stauskas made his mark as a player through unflinching confidence.
Landing on the front page of The New York Times, the black and white image by Associated Press freelancer Art Greenspon gave Americans back home an unflinching look at the conditions soldiers endured in what would become the war's deadliest year.
But if Republicans are remotely sincere in their opposition to bureaucratic waste, their unflinching support for constantly increasing the Pentagon’s budget is difficult to comprehend.
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UNFLINCHING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unflinching for English Language Learners
: staying strong and determined even when things are difficult
: looking at or describing something or someone in a very direct way
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