Examples of unflinching in a Sentence
he was unflinching in his determination to see that justice was done
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The journalist Ken Auletta, in an unflinching 1978 dissection for Esquire, tried to puncture Cohn’s makeover, and was invited by 60 Minutes to be the contrarian in Safer’s sanitizing profile.
This, to me, is what a Justice League of America had to be: open, inviting, exciting, and unflinching in its dedication to pushing the concept of the superhero forward into tomorrow.
Borg vs McEnroe is an unflinching look at the pressures and rage in professional tennis centered around the epic Wimbledon men's final in 1980.
Indiana congressman and Senate candidate Todd Rokita is out with a new ad pronouncing his unflinching support for Trump, and criticizing his GOP primary opponents for not embracing the president.
An opera about Ms Madikizela-Mandela’s life, staged in 2011, told her story with unflinching truth and pathos.
Each unflinching gaze vies for attention, dragging you across the room for a closer look.
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).
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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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