Definition of unstinting
: not restricting or holding back : giving or being given freely or generously an unstinting volunteer unstinting praise
Examples of unstinting in a Sentence
a group of school volunteers who are unstinting with their time
Recent Examples of unstinting from the Web
Its hostility to outsiders splutters on, Griffin's unstinting production (music direction is by Michael Mahler and choreography by Ericka Mac) seems to be saying.
More than anything, Jofre is thrilled to expand his relationship with the SSV, an ensemble that earned his unstinting gratitude and love for bringing his bandoneon concerto to life so vividly.
Wandering its deserted streets, catching a glimpse of a piece of a child’s artwork here, a worker’s old Rolodex file there, I am hit by an unstinting sense of loss and devastation.
How did a preoccupation with the apocalypse come to flourish in Silicon Valley, a place known, to the point of cliché, for unstinting confidence in its ability to change the world for the better?
On Wednesday, Mr. Trump rolled out their appointments with unstinting praise.
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Definition of unstinting for English Language Learners
—used to say that someone gives something (such as praise or support) in a very strong and generous way
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