Examples of unflinching in a Sentence
he was unflinching in his determination to see that justice was done
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The program’s only piece to directly confront black history was unflinching.
Who would set the example of unflinching compassion to other nations?
Brendon Urie has a rare gift for unflinching optimism.
After announcing the policy last month in the shadow of California’s busiest border crossing, Sessions has been an unflinching crusader, even as the campaign in opposition has denounced it as immoral.
Such brazen and unflinching cruelty against a highly vulnerable group — immigrant children — suggests that any group could be a target for unjust and cruel treatment by our government.
Post after post eulogized the chef, who through his writing and globetrotting TV shows became an ambassador of the world to the United States, for his unflinching honesty and political conviction.
Though that might sound like just another gimmick, the sequence is executed with a light touch and the stories given with an unflinching direct-to-camera delivery that makes a significant impact.
Her unflinching support of Sanders still irritates some Democrats.
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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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