unhesitating

adjective
un·​hes·​i·​tat·​ing | \ˌən-ˈhe-zə-ˌtā-tiŋ \

Definition of unhesitating 

: not hesitating : not checked or qualified

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unhesitatingly \ˌən-​ˈhe-​zə-​ˌtā-​tiŋ-​lē \ adverb

Examples of unhesitating in a Sentence

They responded to the danger with unhesitating courage.

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Harmon offered an unhesitating apology for abusing his power. Sean O'neal, GQ, "The Tortured Mind Of Dan Harmon," 30 May 2018

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First Known Use of unhesitating

1753, in the meaning defined above

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unhesitating

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unhesitating

: done, made, or shown quickly and immediately without waiting or hesitating

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