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un·err·ing

 (ŭn-ûr′ĭng, -ĕr′ĭng)
adj.
Committing no mistakes; consistently accurate.

un·err′ing·ly adv.

unerring

(ʌnˈɜːrɪŋ)
adj
1. not missing the mark or target
2. consistently accurate; certain
unˈerringly adv
unˈerringness n

un•err•ing

(ʌnˈɜr ɪŋ, -ˈɛr-)

adj.
1. not erring; not going astray or missing the mark: to chart an unerring course for home.
2. undeviatingly accurate; without error.
3. invariably right or apt; infallible: unerring good taste.
[1615–25]
un•err′ing•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unerring - not liable to error; "the Church was...theoretically inerrant and omnicompetent"-G.G.Coulton; "lack an inerrant literary sense"; "an unerring marksman"
infallible - incapable of failure or error; "an infallible antidote"; "an infallible memory"; "the Catholic Church considers the Pope infallible"; "no doctor is infallible"

unerring

adjective accurate, sure, certain, perfect, exact, impeccable, faultless, infallible, unfailing These designs demonstrate her unerring eye for colour and detail.

unerring

adjective
Such as could not possibly fail or disappoint:
Informal: sure-fire.
Translations
صائِب، سَديد، لا يُخْطئ
neomylný
sikker
óskeikull
neklystamas
nekļūdīgsprecīzs
şaşmazyanılmaz

unerring

[ˈʌnˈɜːrɪŋ] ADJinfalible

unerring

[ˌʌnˈɜːrɪŋ] adj [ability, eye, instinct, sense] → infaillible

unerring

adj judgement, eye, accuracy, abilityunfehlbar; instinctuntrüglich; aim, blowtreffsicher

unerring

[ʌnˈɜːrɪŋ] adj (aim, taste, instinct) → infallibile

unerring

(anˈəːriŋ) adjective
(always) accurate. He threw the spear with unerring aim.
unˈerringly adverb
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If a punishment is to serve its purpose, it is enough that the harm of punishment should outweigh the good which the criminal can derive from the crime, and into the calculation of this balance, we must add the unerringness of the punishment and the loss of the good produced by the crime.
Accordingly the text has a liturgical sound that is constantly being borne up: in the text the folk perpetually celebrates a Mass of its own blessedness, righteousness, unerringness.