unflaggingly


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un·flag·ging

 (ŭn-flăg′ĭng)
adj.
Persistent or untiring. See Synonyms at tireless.

un·flag′ging·ly adv.

unflaggingly

(ʌnˈflæɡɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a consistently strong or tireless manner
Translations

unflaggingly

[ʌnˈflægɪŋlɪ] ADVincansablemente

unflaggingly

References in classic literature ?
I don't think he knows much about gardening, but he can at least dig and water, and some of the things he sows come up, and some of the plants he plants grow, besides which he is the most unflaggingly industrious person I ever saw, and has the great merit of never appearing to take the faintest interest in what we do in the garden.
Viccaji's special gift lies in her ability to make the ordinary seem extraordinary, and it is this that unflaggingly sustains the reader's interest throughout the book.
So I was intrigued to chart the disparity between "behind the scenes" Ayoade and the unflaggingly quick-witted, confident and effortlessly entertaining Ayoade who comes to life every time the cameras start to roll.
So I was intrigued to chart the disparity between 'behind the scenes' Ayoade and the unflaggingly quick-witted, supremely confident and effortlessly entertaining Ayoade who comes to life every time the cameras start to roll.
It's certainly epic, and Petrenko drew an epic performance from the RLPO, from the unflaggingly fierce opening march, through the romantic Alma Mahler theme on strings (cinematically, picture Scarlett O'Hara sweeping around in 15 yards of velvet curtain while Atlanta burns), faint hints of cowbell and on to all hell breaking loose in a massive surge of adrenaline-rush sound.
One of feminism's staunchest advocates, and one of this era's most prolific artists, she has unflaggingly stayed as true to herself as she has to her cause, never allowing sexual politics to loosen her grip on the artist within.
Dr Carlye Tsui, CEO of HKIoD, said, "HKIoD has been unflaggingly promoting corporate governance and excellence in corporate directorship by offering its members a variety of training courses and learning opportunities.
white squares reel unflaggingly every degree of azimuths on a spindly
And as unflappable as Sigmund was in his efforts to reorient Anna's sexuality and destroy the love that she and Dorothy shared, Anna treasured and respected him, tolerated his prejudices, and tended to him unflaggingly as he was aging and dying.
And Cagnoni's music proved unflaggingly diverting as it simultaneously sent up and embraced opera buffa conventions.
This extremely violent foreign policy is most graphically reflected in the aid it unflaggingly provides to the barbarian, racist state of Israel.
In its account of their telephone conversation, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Lavrov had called on Kerry to "influenceKiev, not let hotheads there provoke a bloody conflict" and to encourage it "to fulfill its obligations unflaggingly.