Examples of unflinching in a Sentence
he was unflinching in his determination to see that justice was done
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After all, this is a coach whose stoic, unflinching facial expression earned its own meme.
Mommie is an unflinching portrait of her family, finding exquisite beauty in the most ordinary moments, comfort through the most painful parts of the aging process and hope in the continuation of life.
Galea, a physician and epidemiologist by training, is quick-to-the-point and unflinching—even brutal, at times, in his directness, particularly in the chapterettes on firearms, substance abuse, and incarceration.
In 1945, when the issue was again up for debate, Elizabeth Peratrovich’s unflinching testimony before territorial lawmakers was widely seen as influential in winning the law’s passage.
Portis, unflinching, keeps his eyes trained on the dominoes scattered across the kitchen island.
In a lengthy and unflinching decision that is currently on appeal, Moukawsher gave the state 180 days to come up with a more equitable funding plan.
At the recent under-20s World Championship, the French team remained unflinching, resulting in a minute-long stand-off between the sides that the referee was forced to break apart.
Such projects ran the risk of seeming bloated and self-conscious in the hands of lesser talent, but Townshend bested himself with Quadrophenia, an unflinching look back at the mid-’60s Mod scene in which the band had come of age.
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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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