Examples of unflinching in a Sentence
he was unflinching in his determination to see that justice was done
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The stories about law enforcement are unflinching, drawing you right into the fog of war between cops and civilians, and race is never far from the conversation.
The nearly year-old episode is the latest to emerge from the White House of a president engaged in a never-ending search for unquestioning loyalty and unflinching gratitude — very often in places where no president should expect it.
At 18, Agnes joined Ireland's Sisters of Loreto and took the name Teresa in honor of the French saint Thérèse of Lisieux, renowned for her piety, goodness and unflinching courage in the face of illness and early death.
However, the national celebration coexists with criticism, as this unflinching look at the state of the country is encased in the trappings of patriotism.
Along with haunting sequences of background music, an Ophüls trademark is the subtle presence of the filmmaker — cool and unflinching — throughout his films.
As the lead singer of local fest favorite and touring act Tweed Funk, Holman had a sweet, soulful voice that expressed past pain and unflinching hope — even after being diagnosed last year with multiple myeloma, a cancer of the white blood cells.
Lena Dunham’s snap, hair the color of a summer Sun-In fling, proves that an unflinching gaze of pure confidence overshadows even the most attention-grabbing breakout.
For all its postmodern storytelling conceits, Grace’s story is an unflinching portrait of the violent patriarchal society that spawned her.
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First Known Use of unflinching
Synonymsdetermined, dogged, grim, implacable, relentless, unappeasable, unyielding, unrelenting
Related Wordspersevering, persistent, tenacious; hard, hardheaded, headstrong, intractable, mulish, obdurate, opinionated, peevish, pertinacious, perverse, pigheaded, self-willed, stubborn, uncooperative, willful (or wilful); merciless, ruthless, unforgiving
Near Antonymsslackening, softening, yielding; impotent, invertebrate, slack, spineless, weak; complaisant, obliging, pliable, pliant
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