unwavering

adjective
un·​wa·​ver·​ing | \ ˌən-ˈwāv-riŋ How to pronounce unwavering (audio) , -ˈwā-və-riŋ \

Definition of unwavering

: continuing in a strong and steady way : constant, steadfast her unwavering faith/support an unwavering commitment to justice

Other Words from unwavering

unwaveringly adverb
an unwaveringly upbeat attitude

Examples of unwavering in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web My goal as a leader and mentor is to motivate through positivity, invest time and attention in each and every team member, and empower them by giving my unwavering support. Hey Tech Lady, Forbes, 11 July 2022 His opposition to antisemitism and his ban on the Nazi salute at Schloss Elmau would have landed most people in a concentration camp — but Müller’s unwavering support for Hitler left Nazi officials with a dilemma. Kate Brady, Washington Post, 26 June 2022 Following the announcement, Thomas, 29, and McIlroy, 33, shared their unwavering support of the PGA Tour. Alexandra Schonfeld, PEOPLE.com, 10 June 2022 The franchise’s unwavering support of Watson has been articulated by the team to Watson’s lawyer, Rusty Hardin. cleveland, 10 June 2022 Her gaze is unwavering, accentuated by her eyelashes. Danielle Pergament, Allure, 8 July 2022 But the toll taken on them by her unwavering animosity is clear from the get-go. Sheri Linden, The Hollywood Reporter, 20 May 2022 First broadcast on Televisa, one of Mexico's largest cable networks, in 2004, the show revolves around boarding school students and their unwavering desire to form a pop band. Ana Escalante, Harper's BAZAAR, 6 Oct. 2021 This background, paired with our unwavering commitment to quality, enables us to offer busy parents the best of both worlds: accessibility and value. Ivan Ong, Forbes, 9 June 2022 See More

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First Known Use of unwavering

circa 1570, in the meaning defined above

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23 Jul 2022

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“Unwavering.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unwavering. Accessed 11 Aug. 2022.

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